After the opening concert at Peñasco del Sol and the Beach Fiesta at Playa Bonita, it seemed the entire crowd went directly to 13th Street to show off their bikes and dance to the rhythms of “Pachuco Blues” who were set up mid way down the street. These photos pretty much tell the story of the Friday night fun and give you an idea of how many bikers descended upon our beach town for the 12th Annual Rocky Point Bikers Rally…
Mark and Barb Olszewski pulled their pick up to the front gate of “Elvira Fabiola Ceceña Rubio”, the very first primary school they adopted 10 years ago, the federalized school that motivated them to found their Adopt-a-Classroom Charity Organization. (http://www.rockypointclassroom.com)…
When the tight-knit Sonoran Resorts sales team decided to throw a surprise birthday party for their lovable multi-tasking sales admin assistant, Laura Valencia, they handled it with the same cool professionalism and warm family style harmony with which they handle their professional relations—cooperation, thoroughness and a dash of colorful Pizzazz!
How do you enhance one of the absolutely divine sunsets we are lucky enough to experience almost daily here in Puerto Peñasco? Imagine the beautiful “Amazing Grace” played on Scottish bagpipes timed to match the path of the golden sun as it melts into the western horizon in a
Located on the entrance road to the Sonoran Sea and Spa Resorts in Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, Mexico is one of the most popular night spots in the area, Chango’s Bar and Grill, where everyone seems to stop by for a few dances and drinks at some point in the evenings from Thursday through Saturday when the band RoJo rocks the place until the wee hours.
If you couldn’t make it out Friday the 20th of July to the first fundraiser held for Puerto Peñasco’s new wheel chair basketball team, Los Rolling Rockies, you missed a picture-perfect evening of fun…
We have a lot of events in Puerto Peñasco, most are colorful and fun. But there are several that seem to project the true culture of this great and historic country and people more than others. This year’s Tequila Fest was one of those. Maybe it was the location, maybe it was the way they laid it out, maybe it was the décor, and most likely it was the traditional folkloric performances by the dancers, singers and musicians that continued through the night showering the attendees, including many ex-patriots with color and sounds of the “real” Mexico we all came here to experience.
If you’re a RCPM fan, it’s a good bet that you still remember the details of your first encounter with this group of Rocky Point Rock ‘n’ Roll Royalty because they do know how to throw a party!
When it’s Mexico, there are many colorful festivities, large and small, throughout the year to keep our appreciation for this country impassioned. One such event takes place on May 3 of each year. It’s called Día de la Santa Cruz (Day of the Holy Cross). It is two days after Mexico’s Labor Day and is celebrated mostly by the construction workers, mainly bricklayers.
Colors of Mexico This is a country of heart And it has been since the start
With bright colors everywhere you look Like crayons in a coloring book