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Quad Adventure Copper Canyon Mexico Photo Gallery
Why would a guy climb a peak while wearing a helmet? I don’t know, but it looks cool.
Mike Calabro heads south of the border for an unforgettable ATV adventure. See photos in the Quad Adventure Copper Canyon Mexico photo gallery.
Brian nearly flipped back into this canyon. It would have sucked if he did since it was a long hike down.
The view from inside the mouth of the rare Gigantic Mexican Sand Worm. Brian deftly made an escape.
The Mexican version of Taco Bell, but better.
The bullet holes in this sign scared me at first, but then I noticed that all of them missed the bird.
Where is Waldo? The quad looks small, but this place was vast.
This church is pretty famous and old. I have about 30 versions of this.
The smiles on their faces were felt through every cell in my body.
National Geographic type portrait. I love the girl in the background.
Who says Mexican water is unsafe to drink.
I had to share this incredible room with Brian instead of my woman. The fireplace and incredible cliff-edge view was uber-romantic. It made me wish that I brought a wig for my co-worker to wear.
Same hotel from the outside.
We were invited into a one-room adobe house where an entire family lived. Staring at the large gaps in their walls, I wondered how tough life was when the temps drop.
Pete stops for a semi-silhouette shot against an amazing background.
The girl in blue stripes behind me has epilepsy. Pete and his wife bring her medicine all the time and are willing to take donations. These kids have next to nothing and meeting them is an experience that will stay with me the rest of my life.
A local mariachi band inspired Brian to sing along, after a few Margaritas of course.
You have to lookout for logging trucks and the occasional burro or cow while riding in Copper Canyon.
This place is on par if not surpassing the beauty of any National Park in the U.S.
Brian screamed like a girl when this blue-feathered warrior started pecking at his arms.
Local kids loved to come out to watch the "Gringos" come into town.
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