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Tuesday, 13 June 2006



LOL LOL LOL when you segue to the cow chasing you ....



Robert Clark

Gee wizzzz.....I hope we won't have to go through all that to come stay with you guys for 3 months!!! Cuz that just wouldn't be cool!!!

Boots in the Oven


BRING IT! No, you can legally go for up to 90 days without a visa - so you're all good. (Really, bring it!)

Thank you! Scary, bad bad cow.



I've never been more frightened by beef in my life! :-) do you know if you need a visa when flying to mexico for four days?


I meant passport! not visa! Thanks!

Boots in the Oven

Hey, Amanda! How did your move go?

I didn't know the answer to your question - but I was curious, so I did some research. Check out this page:


It says you will need a passport when traveling to Mexico as of December 31 of this year - but:

"The Government of Mexico requires that all U.S. citizens present proof of citizenship and photo identification for entry into Mexico. However, some U.S. citizens have encountered difficulty in boarding flights in Mexico without a passport. The U.S. Embassy recommends traveling with a valid U.S. passport to avoid delays or misunderstandings."

Hope that helps!



Thanks girlie! i guess that means it would be in our best interest to get passports before t's work sponsored trip to mexico! and thanks for doing the research for my lazy ass! :-)

Boots in the Oven

No problem, Amanda! work-sponsored trip to Mexico? Sounds like it could be lots of fun!

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