Here are the pictures
Parts of the highway were new and closed to traffic.. yet, open for me!
Entering into Navajoa
A street fire performer
Birch, me, and our host, Chocki
To the batcave!
Deeper into the batcave
Arriving at a beachtown N of Topolobampo
Birch asking a local about the nearest market
My delicious seafood tostada!
A oster truck pulled up, and the guy to my right was buying his friends oysters. They invited me to have some!
Our campsite near the dunes in Sinaloa
Back in Los Mochis, our view from our campsite- on the roof of a family's house
5am waiting for the ChePe train to arrive
Checking out the view of the lake, outside of Creel
The trail and stairs to the waterfall
Artesian made items by the Tarahumara women
Me in front of the 300m Waterfall
Little Tarahumara girls
Another view of the waterfall.
A church in a small village
Inside the old church from the 1800's
We were invited by a family to stay with them- here, the father rides my bike with Birch
Nachita- the goat, who followed us through the mountains to the bonfire, like a family dog
Under a huge boulder at the family's ranch, roasting marshmallows
Father playing his accordian for us
Chris (Crigi) and Birch at the hotel