We invite you to meet some of our amigos…family, friends, businesses we like, cool places and things of interest to us:

Jen’s sister, Jessica, is the queen of coffee in Princeton, NJ. We proudly serve her coffee at our Lodge in Alamos: http://smallworldcoffee.com/

Our friend, Kate Blakeslee, is not only an extremely talented artist, but she’s now a second mother to our two daughters living with her family in Petaluma! http://www.kateblakeslee.com/

At Jen’s family home in Inverness, CA, her Dad, Mike Durrie, has is the nicest vacation rental you can ever wish for. Designed and built by brother Nick and a crew of friends. You will never want to leave! http://www.vrbo.com/106601

Emily Payne is a dear friend and simply a beautiful and amazing person with a great family (and she’s Kate’s sister in law!): http://www.emilypayne.net/

In Tucson, we love going to eat at the Cup Café at the Hotel Congress…and the occasional great show and a cold beer! http://www.hotelcongress.com/

Best coffee and scones in Tucson: http://www.ragingsage.com/

Our good friends, Steve and Deb Bernier, run a bus tour and charter company based in Tucson, AZ: http://www.southofthebordertours.com/

Liliana Carosso is our best friend here in Alamos and is the most respected and resourceful person doing real estate in Alamos: http://alamosrealty.com/

Our friends, John and Virginia Flaherty, run a great travel company on the central California coast. We know them from our days working together at Backroads: http://www.centralcoastoutdoors.com/

The Alamos Wildlands Alliance is doing conservation work and running the Navopatia Field Station on the beautiful Estero de Agiabampo, a 2 hour drive from Alamos: http://www.alamoswildlands.org/

Travis McAshan, at Glide Design, has worked hard with us to create our new website and we are very happy with the results! http://www.glidedesign.com/

We are proud to be members of the Birds and Business Alliance with the Tucson Audubon Society: http://www.tucsonaudubon.org/

The Sonoran Joint Venture, a binational bird conservation organization, has done great work with the bird guide training in Alamos and other places in Mexico: http://www.sonoranjv.org/

Alamos and San Carlos resident, Claudia Karafotas, has created Sal de Mar, that sells Sea of Cortez sea salt in beautifully embroidered bags made by the women of El Sabinito (a small community outside of Alamos). http://www.saldelmar.com/

To book your trip or for more information, please contact us by email or call 888-383-0062.