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RE: Wagon Masters

When you get as sick, old & stupid as I am, it is. LOL Seriously though, this is a good way to get your season covered. I did it for about 7 years, but after my RV accident, I am a bit nervous so I am minimizing my travel these days. One nice thing about this outfit is they give a lot of free reign to Wagon Masters. Kevin & Ruth, if you know them, took people up to Mescal ranches in the hills and stuff like that on their own accord. I took people to remote archaelogical sites no one usually goes into. Since this company arranged tours for outfits like Adventure & Fantasy, it was easy to compare how much latitude was afforded wagon masters. However, you can end up with a participant who turns out to be a pain in the you know what. People are people.
Tequila 07/13/19 08:52am RVing in Mexico and South America
Wagon Masters

Posted with moderator permission: The caravan company I am doing customer orientations for is looking for more Wagon Masters. They have been picked to operate Airstream Club caravans in Mexico and are looking for more leaders. I think they need a Wagon Master for a 30 day Copper Canyon trip next January 22 with an optional add on, and also one of the Airstream trips of 60 days. Anyway, they are going to run a 25 day training trip (free) on Nov 1st out of Nogales, which will go as far as Oaxaca. It will teach routes, RV park locations and procedures. RV park fees will be covered. Preference is given to people who have 1 or more of the following: 1) Previous RVing in Mexico experience 2) Previous Wagon Master experience 3) Basic Spanish skills You have to be sociable of course. It is best if you have a small to medium size rigs. Trips are 30-90 days. The 90 day one requires a smaller rig. If it interests you, send me a PM and I will discuss it with you. This is not a job to make money, they are looking for people who love Mexico, and basically want their expenses covered, plus a bit more. Wagon Masters also get to go on tours. They also run some French tours, so if you are fluent in French that is another option. So far they only do the mainland, but Baja is probably in the near future for Airstream Caravans. This company gives a lot of leeway to Wagon Masters to improvise
Tequila 06/30/19 11:37am RVing in Mexico and South America
Mexico Caravan Wagon Masters

Caravanas de Mexico is looking for Wagon Masters. We are planning a free training caravan on November 1st, 2019 of 25 days. RV parks will be included. We run several caravans a year in Mainland Mexico of 30 days to 90 days. The addition of airstream club caravans means we need more Wagon masters. Preference is given to people who have the following 1) previous RVing experience in mexico 2) previous wagon master experience 3) Some Spanish Please note you should have a smaller to medium size rig (eg a 30-35 ft class A or 5th wheel under 32 ft). you obviously also have to be sociable. If this interests you, PM me, or contact via web site, and we can discuss it further. https://www.mexicocaravans.com
Tequila 06/30/19 09:27am Workamping Forum
RE: Hermosillo Bypass is OPEN!!

A bit of a roundabout way southbound until an interchange is built but you can now bypass Hermosillo to the east (although you exit to the west). The exit is at N 29.189038 W 110.921777. You have to make a U-turn shortly after at N 29.182861 W 110.929671. Head east and cross over 15D and exit northbound back towards Nogales onto it. The exit onto the bypass is at N 29.185758 W 110.920820. I believe the south junction with 15D is at N 28.900522 W 110.950781 Someone recently put up a nice southbound video here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ezqO2x8tEcQ
Tequila 05/29/19 05:09pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Possible cancellation of 60 RV unit caravan

Ok we have few issues over this with caravans. The key is to get permits on line and if possible use the Nogales crossing. Check out https://mexicocaravans.com/border.html where this issue is explained in detail and what you can do about it. IE official regs to print out. How the heck do you manage 60 rigs? I led a caravan of 18 once and it was too many
Tequila 05/03/19 09:23pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New Los mochis RV park

He is busy digging a sewer line & installing water. power is next and he is putting in laundry facilities.
Tequila 03/21/19 02:48pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Oaxaca Camping

We use the oaxaca campground south of Oaxaca for caravans
Tequila 03/17/19 04:50pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: New Los mochis RV park

I will be in there with a small caravan on tuesday. We took a 14 rig airstream caravan in there in january.
Tequila 03/17/19 04:47pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

Things are improving the pipeline to the west is back in operation, Lineups & rationing disappeared from Guanajuato yesterday
Tequila 01/22/19 08:58am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Truck Camper Registration

If you have residente permanente you cannot in theory bring a foreign plated Rv or vehicle into mexico. The fact the camper was not plated probably worked in your favor. I bought a TCinto mexico for years without problem. no permit, just the truck permit. In BC TC's are not registered.
Tequila 01/20/19 10:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

It is not affecting diesel which is one thing
Tequila 01/20/19 10:17am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

This will not help the shortage. I think this is pipeline that supplies Guanjuato & Guadalajar areas
Tequila 01/19/19 02:00pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

50% is good, but probably means rationing which is not good for RV's
Tequila 01/14/19 08:35am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

This is promising. La Cámara Nacional del Autotransporte de Carga (CANACAR) y autoridades federales llegaron a un acuerdo de colaboración para poder restablecer el servicio de combustible hasta en un 50 por ciento en Jalisco. Será a partir de este domingo que 3500 unidades afiliadas a la CANACAR comenzarán a circular para la distribución del hidrocarburos en los estados más afectados. Esta colaboración contempla tres puntos fundamentales para resurtir el suministro de gasolina en los que se contempla, dar mayor seguridad en las carreteras y puntos críticos; hacer más eficientes las terminales y optimizar los tiempos de carga y descarga de los autotanques. Uriel Joffre, presidente del Comité de Hidrocarburos de Canacar y principal operador del estratégico plan y representante ante la autoridad, informó que en la Gerencia de Transporte Terrestre de PEMEX, se definió la estrategia para el suministro inmediato de programas entre terminales, mismos que ya están siendo ejecutados en estos momentos en los estado de Guanajuato, Jalisco, Querétaro y Michoacán ya que el objetivo por ahora es que se garantice el 50 por ciento de los combustibles en cada estado.
Tequila 01/13/19 03:49pm RVing in Mexico and South America
Permit issues

We crossed an airstream caravan this morning at Nogales. I was not there, but from what I hear they had lots of issues. A number of them had to go and take photos of their rigs showing truck & trailer. So I now advise everyone to come prepared with a photo. Make sure the plate is visible.
Tequila 01/13/19 11:20am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

The article is a copy of one in the Wall street journal
Tequila 01/13/19 07:34am RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

This explains a lot http://www.newsena.com/mexico-reduces-u-s-gasoline-imports/
Tequila 01/12/19 03:16pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

They deployed 4000 troops along the pipeline today (confirmed) and I have an unconfirmed report they re-opened it this morning. If so, I would estimate a week to return to normality.
Tequila 01/12/19 02:50pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

no fuel around guanajuato or san miguel, san juan de Lagos, long lineups where there is fuel and rationing. No problems anywhere along the west coast. San luis potosi has fuel.
Tequila 01/12/19 02:23pm RVing in Mexico and South America
RE: Mexican Gas Shortage

Let's get reports. There is fuel in Melaque, there was no fuel a few days ago when i left Guadalajara, but I got it in Colima. Diesel seems available in most places. There is fuel on the north side of Mexico city near Tula, but I hear other areas of Mexico city are out.
Tequila 01/12/19 10:09am RVing in Mexico and South America
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