The Guarijio Wire: Fishing with an extinct tribe in the most remote canyon in Mexico
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A visit with the Guarijio Indians and an encounter with the Mayo trout and the brown-backed solitaire
"This is a sarcastically funny, but meditative story of how a frustrated Kentucky" according to The Dude. This is a sarcastically funny, but meditative story of how a frustrated Kentucky fisherman living on the Mexican border gets teamed upalmost unwillingly with a serious social scientist studying ethnobotany. It is insightful and funnyand a little sad. The contrasts presented are truly represented. It is a wonderful nonadventure. Being also a f. Cinco Estrellas Lo Lo The next best thing to traveling and having my own adventures is reading other travel stories. This is a good one.