Friday, August 31, 2007

It's the end of August and I'm still recovering from the fall I took on April 16 in the small town of Las Flors in Ixhuatlan Vera Cruz. My arm was pinned for two months to my body and I've had two months of physical therapy. Starting on Tuesday I will have 25 days straight of physical therapy. I know my fans and people that read my web page will understand the delay in posting any more material.

I am working gradually to prepare the Nahua as a Veracruz, the Totonacan of Puebla and some other really great new tools to access these villages. There are now more than 350 villages that have been documented in starting in one month I will begin an intense effort to gather another 100 to 200 villages to post on this website.

Right now, I am deciding which areas will receive is in depth look and documentation. The Sierra Norte of Puebla, the way Huehuetla region of Hidalgo and surrounding towns in the state of Veracruz and San Luis Potosi are candidates. However with the recent hurricane many of these areas appear to be very wet which limits my approach by car. So I have been recently studying the states of Chihuahua, Durango and Sonora.

Again thank you for your patience I'll be back up and running soon so keep checking back frequently for new material to be posted. Bob