The next morning Matt Weatherbee and I were walking again at sunrise. Up the Real de Guadalupe, then 100 steps to the Templo de Guadalupe. There is an alter half way up off to the side and a beautiful dome behind the facade. Below the back side of the church which sits atop quite a hill there is a beautiful valley of farm land which reminded me of a quilt. We started down the steep residential streets admiring and photographing houses and doorways.
This green one especially caught my eye. Near the planted fields at the bottom of one hill was this pink wooden fence which marked a campground with restrictions explained on the sign below: no drinking, no picking plants, no guns or knives, no peeing and no love making in your car! Loving San Cristobal more every day!