Northtek Posted March 23, 2022 Author Report Share Posted March 23, 2022 18 hours ago, Mainecoons said: Good luck with that. The water on the north shore usually is pretty turbid. I am told the reason is because it is so shallow and the wave action stirs up the turbidity. As lakes go, IMO it is better admired from a bit of a distance. 6 hours ago, Mostlylost said: Problem now is wind causing waves. March is bad for that. You need about 3 days with no wind for the shoreside silt to settle the bottom. Yes I didn't realize how muddy the water can get. Plus I was also pleasantly surprised by the historic buildings and other points of interest. There is a lot to be explored and I think I may need to cover this across several videos with better drones. As I have two new 4k drones ordered and will be picking up when I return to Canada in a couple of weeks. So I think I will highlight it for now, but get more in-depth later on when I can do the area justice. I am having a hard time finding certain info out as it all so far has been pretty generic. So if any one has so info on the following questions, I would greatly appreciate the info. 1. What is the current population of expats in each of the towns? 2. The church in Chapala seems very old, any idea when it was built? 3. The meaning behind the slogan under the Chapala sign that reads " Es amor, Cultura, Familia, Tradition,..."? 4. Any areas of interest that are must sees? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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