Monthly Archives: January 2019

Arroyo Seco y Conca, Queretaro

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Arroyo Seco y Conca, Queretaro

Thursday afternoon, my friends took me out on a drive to the neighboring state of Queretaro. The drive through the mountains was breathtaking and made me homesick for the mountains up north in Washington state.

Our first stop was Arroyo Seco, a town a little larger than San Ciro. The streets were very narrow and within minutes we were at the plaza. The plaza is the hub of the town with tiendas and taco stands surrounding it. Naturally the church is close by.

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We headed back to the highway and continued our drive. We soon arrived in the quaint town of Conca. Our first stop here was the church.

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Next we drove down to a park area close to the river. I chose to pass on the swimming. I was glad I did as my friends said the water was cold and the fish were nipping at their feet.

Instead I went for a walk and checked out the millenium tree. People tell me it’s hundreds of years old although I was unable to pinpoint the exact age.

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I continued my walk for a while.

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I wasn’t brave enough to walk across that little log bridge although I did see children running across it. I wonder if I would have done that as a child.