6 thoughts on “Our neighbors here

    1. Curtis: Got no more to show. It’s the trailer for a movie. But if you go to YouTube and do a search for Purépecha, you should find a good bit more stuff. They are the native folks around these parts, and we see them everywhere. They are not the majority here in my mountaintop town, but there are some villages in the region where they still dominate, and the language is widely spoken in those places. The women are easy to spot due to their traditional, long pleated skirts which they always wear. The guys look like any other Mexican except when they dress up for special events.

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