Driving in Mexico: Rubber Chicken Squaks
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Driving in Mexico: Rubber Chicken Squaks

When we were in Guanajuato we bought 40+ rubber chickens from a nice farming family on the outskirts of town. We had intended to go to the Cristo Rey statue, but we ended up buying rubber chickens and spending some time with the family (they were all there, since they evidently all spent time together every Sunday afternoon) on their farm where they grew onions and peppers. On our way back to the United States, we noticed that every time we went over a “tope” (speed bump) in our car that there was one rubber chicken that would squak. When we were crossing the border at Nuevo Laredo, we finally caught the sound on camera.

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