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 August 10, 2012

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Hola, 
San Pancho has had some relief from our humid days and nights with some wonderful rain. The river is flowing and breaking through to the ocean. Green is everywhere! 
The side walks are going through construction, with the telephone lines being put underground on Tercer Mundo. Plaza del Sol has almost been completed with all of the construction. I am sure it will be completed by San Pancho Days!
San Pancho is being transformed before our very eyes. So nice!  
 

I look forward to bringing you all the happenings in our community, and share with you, the joy of living in San Pancho.


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You can contact me directly at kim@sanpancholife.com, if you would like to talk about advertising or submit a written article. 

 

I look forward to talking to you about San Pancho and encourage you to come by the office, at #50 Tercer Mundo. 

 

Saludos!

Kimberly

 

  

 
 
Kimberly King
SanpanchoLife.com is a community website for the village of SanPancho, Nayarit, Mexico
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Back from the Brink
This week's article is written by guest columnist, Bernard Barbour, the newest Grupo Eco  Volunteer from Georgia, USA.  
 
 "Turtle Camp There's Nothing Slow About It"
Somehow, someway I had this thought in the back of my mind that working/volunteering on a Turtle conservation project would be all fun and relaxing while still enjoying my vacation. Well, hello and wake up and smell the sand dunes, this is a lot of work! Let me set the tone right now! I really don't mind working and have been most of my adult life. I'm quite used to hard work and manual labor but this is very different.  And I might add that this is some of the most interesting and rewarding work I've ever experienced, saving the turtles. I guess it would best be explained like being in paradise but you get to work in the background. Remember in the movie The Wizard of OZ, when Dorthy, the Lion, the Scarecrow and the Tin Man got to meet the Wizard? Remember Toto, the dog, pulls back the curtain and they see the Wizard manipulating all the switches; making fire, thunder and lightning. Then he says, " Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain!" well that about sums up my experience here. You just go about your job here making things happen because it's all about the turtles. Up until this time in my life, whenever I saw a turtle release on the beach I had no idea what all it took just for that special moment. Now working behind the scenes,  it's a very eye opening experience. A magical experience that I will always carry with me for the rest of my life. Watching and waiting for a turtle to emerge from the sea, make her way onto the sandy beach and lay her eggs, lay there and listen to her in labor, and then watch her return to the sea is one of natures most precious gifts. I am so glad I got to labor for it and to participate in this creature's survival. The work here is 24/7 kinda work with a few naps in between. As we go day to day, hauling sand from the beach to the nursery, maintaining our vehicle, painting, doing electrical work, working in the rain and thunder storms in the middle of the night, it's all in days and nights work.  It's funny how I think about it now. I never realized how much behind the scenes work went in to create that  Kodak moment of watching the hatchlings crawl to the sea at sunset.  I never imagined  that to get to this point I would have to move many 75 pound coolers full of sand and baby turtle hatchlings around in a hot nursery to get them down here for this photo shoot. That I would have to be up all night working on the beach in the rain and the lightning gathering eggs.   That I would be chasing poachers away from the nests at 3 am!  The odds of survival for the turtles of San Pancho would be almost zero if it were not for the volunteers and many people that donate their time, money  and additional resources to make this all happen.  I had no idea before, but I certainly do now!  It's not slow work, it's fast paced, interesting, fun, rewarding and most of all humbling. And lastly don't pay any attention to that man behind the curtain.
Bernard Barbour is an Expedition leader with Central America Overland Expeditions www.caoexpeditions.com They conduct tours throughout Mexico and Central American. Additionally they volunteer  to serve the people , communties and charitable/non-profit organizations in their travels.  They are currently traveling down the Pacific coast of Mexico. If you are interested in a tour, or want to know how to get involved in volunteeering or a donation, please click on their link.
Grupo Ecologico de la Costa Verde is a Mexican non-profit group dedicated to the conservation of the endangered Olive Ridley sea turtles and the environment.
 
For more information about the turtle program, visit our website: http://www.project-tortuga.org/index.html 

Or you can see our day to day work on Facebook at: San Pancho Turtles  https://www.facebook.com/pages/San-Pancho-Turtles/179273792083463

 

El artículo de esta semana está escrito por el columnista invitado, Bernard Barbour, el más nuevo Grupo de Voluntarios Eco de Georgia, EE.UU..
 "Turtle Campamento No hay nada Slow About It" 
 De alguna manera tuve este pensamiento en el fondo de mi mente que el trabajo / voluntariado en un proyecto de conservación de la tortuga sería muy divertido y relajante al mismo tiempo disfrutar de mis vacaciones. Bueno, hola y despertar y oler las dunas de arena, este es un montón de trabajo! Vamos a poner el tono en este momento! Realmente no me importa trabajar y han sido parte de mi vida adulta. Estoy bastante acostumbrado al trabajo duro y el trabajo manual, pero esto es muy diferente. Y debo añadir que se trata de algunos de los trabajos más interesantes y gratificantes que he tenido, el ahorro de las tortugas. Supongo que lo mejor sería explicada como estar en el paraíso, pero va a su trabajo en el fondo. Recuerde que en la película El mago de Oz, cuando Dorthy, el León, el Espantapájaros y el Hombre de Hojalata dieron a conocer el Mago? Recuerde Toto, el perro, corre la cortina y ver el Asistente para la manipulación de todos los interruptores, hacer fuego, el trueno y el relámpago. Entonces dice: "No prestes atención a ese hombre detrás de la cortina!" así que lo resume mi experiencia aquí. Usted sólo tiene que ir de tu trabajo aquí que las cosas sucedan, ya que todo se trata de las tortugas. Hasta este momento de mi vida, cada vez que veía una liberación de tortugas en la playa no tenía ni idea de lo que todo lo que hizo sólo para ese momento especial. Ahora trabaja detrás de las escenas, es una experiencia muy reveladora. Una experiencia mágica que siempre llevaré conmigo por el resto de mi vida. Mirando y esperando una tortuga a emerger del mar, hacer su camino a la playa de arena y poner sus huevos, se quedó allí y escuchar a su trabajo de parto, y luego ver su retorno al mar es uno de los regalos de la naturaleza más preciados. Estoy muy contento de haber llegado a trabajar para él y para participar en la supervivencia de esta criatura. El trabajo aquí es 24/7 un poco trabajar con unas cuantas siestas en el medio. A medida que el día a día, transportando arena desde la playa hasta la guardería, el mantenimiento de nuestro vehículo, pintar, hacer trabajos de electricidad, trabajando bajo la lluvia y las tormentas eléctricas en el medio de la noche, todo en días y noches de trabajo. Es curioso como lo pienso ahora. Nunca me di cuenta de lo mucho detrás de escenas de la obra se llegó a crear ese momento Kodak de ver a las crías arrastrarse hacia el mar al atardecer. Nunca me imaginé que para llegar a este punto, habría que cambiar muchas enfriadores 75 libras de arena y las crías de tortuga bebé alrededor en un vivero caliente para llegar hasta aquí para esta sesión de fotos. Eso tendría que estar toda la noche trabajando en la playa bajo la lluvia y recolección de los huevos de rayos. Eso estaría persiguiendo a los cazadores furtivos de distancia de los nidos a las 3 am! Las probabilidades de supervivencia de las tortugas de San Pancho sería casi cero si no fuera por los voluntarios y muchas personas que donan su tiempo, dinero y recursos adicionales para hacer que todo esto suceda. No tenía ni idea antes, pero sin duda hacer ahora! No es un trabajo lento, es de ritmo rápido, interesante, divertido, gratificante y sobre todo humilde. Y por último no paga ninguna atención a ese hombre detrás de la cortina. 
Bernard Barbour es un líder de la expedición con América Central expediciones por tierra www.caoexpeditions.com Realizan giras por México y América Central. Adicionalmente se ofrecen como voluntarios para servir al pueblo, communties y organizaciones de caridad / sin fines de lucro en sus viajes. Actualmente, están viajando por la costa del Pacífico de México. Si usted está interesado en un tour, o quieres saber cómo participar en volunteeering o una donación, por favor haga clic en su enlace. 
Grupo Ecológico de la Costa Verde es una organización mexicana sin fines de lucro, grupo dedicado a la conservación de las tortugas en peligro de extinción Lora del mar y el medio ambiente. 
Para obtener más información sobre el programa de tortuga, visite nuestro sitio web: http://www.project-tortuga.org/index.html 
 
O usted puede ver nuestro trabajo del día a día en Facebook en: San Pancho Tortugas 
Stand Up Paddle Boarding- A Gateway to Balance

 

Life has a way of knocking me off balance on a regular basis.  With the blink of an eye, things start spiraling out of control.  A few short years ago I might have reached for the cookie jar (not an effective or healthy solution). Today, I load up my stand up paddleboard and head to the nearest body of water.  

You've probably heard of stand up paddle boarding (SUP), but have you tried it yet? As an athlete and a glutton for new challenges I was attracted to SUP several years ago.  Watching the stand up paddle boarders at my local surf break definitely got my curiosity up. When I stepped onto the paddleboard for the first time I was captivated by the sensation of walking on water.  But riding my first wave on the paddleboard was when I truly fell in love with this sport. What I didn't know at the time was that paddleboarding would actually teach me the art of balance-not only on the board, but in life in general.

The sport of stand up paddle boarding is intrinsically about balance.  When you step onto the board, your muscles engage as they search for balance. Yet, what's particularly fascinating to me is that as the body finds balance physically, the mind also seems to follow. Physical balance requires metal focus.  Once on the SUP board, you don't really have much choice but to focus on balancing on the board (unless you don't mind falling off, which isn't the worst thing if the water is warm!).  I've noticed that when I'm on my paddleboard my internal conversation is quiet, and my hurries, worries and stresses fall away. I am focused only on my body, the board and the water beneath me.  Life slows down and I find myself completely in the moment.  

Having discovered this, paddleboarding has become my favorite way of restoring balance to my life. It is my technology detox-no computer or cell phone. It is my dose of natural nourishment-water, sunlight, oxygen, and the life around me-I soak it all in.  It is a way for me to fully re-connect with myself.  Stand up paddle boarding has become an invaluable sort of meditation. As a holistic nutrition coach, I might call paddleboarding a healing sport that offers fitness, nourishment and balance for the body and the mind.  

From a fitness perspective, this sport is dynamic in so many ways. The simple act of standing on the board in flat water and paddling rhythmically forward engages muscles throughout the body, offering a great full body workout that is low impact yet challenging.  And flatwater paddling is only the beginning! I've taken my paddleboard out to my local surf breaks, where I've been delighted to ride everything from tiny little waves to head-high swells.  Stand up paddle boarding has been a wonderful addition to the Tailwind jungle lodge adventure tours and retreats (come visit!). For those looking for less adrenaline and more zen, yoga on the paddle board is also an excellent option that can be a lot of fun. But it doesn't end there! This summer I've been thrilled to bring my passion for paddleboarding to the rivers in Colorado.  Running my first rapids on white water was an amazing experience that I will never forget.  

Clearly, stand up paddle boarding has become and essential part of my holistic nourishment equation and I highly recommend that you give it a try!  SUP boards are becoming more and more available, so be sure to seek them out at your local body of water, whether it is a river, lake or ocean.  

Ready for some simple tips to get you started with embracing paddle boarding and tapping into the essence of balance? Check them out here!


La vida tiene una forma de golpeándome fuera de equilibrio sobre una base regular. En un abrir y cerrar de ojos, las cosas empiezan a salirse de control. Unos pocos años atrás podría haber alcanzado por la masa (no es una solución eficaz o sano). Hoy en día, puedo cargar a mi stand up paddle y la cabeza a la masa de agua más cercano.

Usted probablemente ha oído hablar de levantarse paddle (SUP), pero ¿lo has probado? Como deportista y glotón para los nuevos desafíos que se sintió atraído por SUP hace varios años. Mirando el stand up paddle internos en mi hora de surf local definitivamente tiene mi curiosidad hacia arriba. Cuando entramos a la paddleboard por primera vez me sentí cautivado por la sensación de caminar sobre el agua. Pero montando mi primera ola en la paddleboard fue cuando realmente se enamoró de este deporte. Lo que no sabía en ese momento era que paddleboarding realmente me enseñaría el arte de equilibrio, no sólo en el tablero, pero en la vida en general.

El deporte del pie paddle es intrínsecamente cuestión de equilibrio. Cuando entras en el tablero, los músculos participar en su búsqueda de equilibrio. Sin embargo, lo que es particularmente fascinante para mí es que a medida que el cuerpo encuentra el equilibrio físico, la mente también parece seguir. Equilibrio físico requiere concentración metal. Una vez en el SUP, usted realmente no tiene más remedio que concentrarse en mantener el equilibrio sobre la tabla (a menos que no le importa caer, lo cual no es lo peor, si el agua está caliente!). He notado que cuando estoy en mi paddleboard mi conversación interna es tranquilo, y mis prisas, las preocupaciones y el estrés desaparecen. Estoy centrado sólo en mi cuerpo, tribunal y el agua debajo de mí. La vida se ralentiza y me encuentro totalmente en el momento.

Al descubrir esto, paddleboarding ha convertido en mi forma favorita de restablecer el equilibrio de mi vida. Es mi tecnología detox-ninguna computadora o teléfono celular. Es mi dosis de alimento naturales-agua, luz solar, el oxígeno y la vida a mi alrededor, me empape todo adentro es una manera para mí para volver a conectar plenamente conmigo mismo. Stand up paddle boarding ha convertido en una especie muy valiosa de la meditación. Como entrenador de la nutrición holística, que yo llamaría Paddleboarding un deporte que ofrece la curación física, la alimentación y el equilibrio para el cuerpo y la mente.

Desde el punto de vista físico, este deporte es dinámica en muchos aspectos. El simple hecho de estar de pie en el tablero en el agua plana y remando rítmicamente hacia adelante involucra los músculos de todo el cuerpo, ofreciendo una gran sesión de ejercicios de todo el cuerpo que es de bajo impacto pero desafiante. Y remando aguas tranquilas es sólo el principio! Me he tomado mi paddleboard a mis saltos de surf locales, en los que he estado encantado de montar todo, desde pequeñas olitas a la cabeza de altura se hincha. Stand up paddle ha sido una adición maravillosa a los paseos por la selva Tailwind Adventure Lodge y retiros (venir a visitarnos!). Para aquellos que buscan menos adrenalina y más zen, el yoga de la placa paleta es también una opción excelente que puede ser un montón de diversión. Pero la cosa no acaba ahí! Este verano he estado encantado de llevar mi pasión por Paddleboarding a los ríos Colorado. Correr mi primer rápido en agua blanca fue una experiencia increíble que nunca voy a olvidar.

Claramente embarque, stand up paddle y se ha convertido en esencial parte de mi ecuación nutrición holística y le recomiendo que le des una oportunidad! SUP juntas son cada vez más disponibles, así que asegúrese de buscar en su cuerpo local de agua, si se trata de un río, lago o mar.

Listo para algunos sencillos consejos para ayudarle a empezar con la adopción de paddle y aprovechando la esencia del equilibrio? Échales un vistazo aquí!
 
 

  

  

  

Tamara Jacobi
Jungle Lodge Manager & Holistic Health Coach
www.tailwindjunglelodge.comwww.junglegirlhealth.com
San Pancho, Nayarit, Mexico
 Entreamigos

 

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A committed group of San Pancho locals, in coordination with Entreamigos and Alianza Jaguar, received from SEMARNAT (Federal Environmental Secretary) almost $90,000 pesos to fund a temporary employment program for people in need, dedicated to environmental conservation activities in the region.

 

Men and women from San Pancho reached entreamigos to be part of this squad, which in few days and with a great spirit, supported the recycling center activities, collected recyclable waste, crushed glass bottles, packed cardboard, assembled recycling bins and added value to the waste recovered by Recicla San Pancho

 

There were more cleaning activities at different spots like Los Izotes (picking up aprox. 1.5 tons of waste), San Pancho's estuary, and the beach (from the mooring all the way up to the north side). They also groomed the sidewalks and gardens in Tercer Mundo Ave. and our main street is now pristine!

 

The men in the program, supported the judge's initiative to move the pedestrian bridge that's not being used, which in a few days will be ready to use in the creek's crossing located in San Salvador St. heading south.

 

All this work benefits our environment and keeps our town nice and clean so it remains a lovely place for both residents and visitors.

 

The great result achieved in such a short period of time together with the great resource management motivated SEMARNAT's chapter in Tepic to extend the program with an extra $70,000p! Thanks SEMARNAT! Thanks San Pancho!

Article by Ina Avdaha


Un comprometido grupo de personas de San Pancho, en coordinación con Entreamigos y la Alianza Jaguar, recibieron de la SEMARNAT cerca de $90,000mxp para dar empleo temporal a personas de escasos recursos y apoyar el cuidado del medio ambiente en la región. 

 

Mujeres y hombres de San Pancho se acercaron a entreamigos para ser parte de esta enorme cuadrilla que en pocos días, de forma muy animada, apoyo las labores del centro de acopio, recolectó residuos reciclables, trituró botellas de vidrio, empacó cartón, armó contenedores para reciclaje y dio valor al material recuperado por el programa Recicla San Pancho. 

 

También realizaron labores de limpieza en los Izotes, recogiendo cerca de 1.5 toneladas de residuos, limpiaron el estero de San Pancho y la playa desde el atracadero hasta el extremo norte, limpiaron y acicalaron las jardineras, machuelos, banqueta y calle en la Avenida del Tercer Mundo...nuestra calle principal se ve radiante!

 

Los hombres del PET apoyaron al juez a colar las zapatas de concreto y mover el puente peatonal que en  pocos días estará al servicio del pueblo, en el cruce del arroyo que va hacia la salida del sur por la calle San Salvador. 

 

Este  trabajo beneficia al medio ambiente y conserva nuestro pueblo limpio para que continúe siendo un lugar agradable para habitantes y visitantes. 

 
Los resultados obtenidos en tan poco tiempo y la administración impecable motivaron a la delegación de la SEMARNAT en Tepic a extender el programa con otros 70 mil pesos!  Gracias SEMARNAT!  Gracias San Pancho!
Ina Avdaha
La Patrona Polo Club
 

La Patrona Polo

 

 

 

Equestrian Lessons

Carriage Driving

Vaulting

Pilates on Horseback

Equinotherapy and more! 

  

Call La Patrona Polo Club 

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                            Birding with Luis

 

Dear San Pancho Rental-Home Owner or Manager,

The San Pancho Bird Observatory (SPBO) team hopes that you are well.

SPBO is a non-profit, grassroots organization based in San Pancho.  We are dedicated to bird and habitat conservation in the southern Nayarit coast. SPBO`s non-advocacy approach to conservation is based on bird population monitoring, education, ecotourism and the creation of national and international partnerships. Effective conservation results in local and National benefits including economic development through ecotourism, and more specifically through bird watching, which is a growing, very desirable and convenient market for our town and region.

In April 2012, SPBO created a board of directors and we are now in the process of applying for Mexican non-profit status.  SPBO has gathered the interest and commitment of advisors from other bird observatories and bird conservation initiatives in Mexico, the US and Canada. We have created partnerships with public institutions, private companies and non-governmental organizations at the local, regional, national and international levels in order to collaborate in actions that lead to bird conservation.   

Currently, Luis Morales, Director of SPBO is participating of a bird-banding internship with a sister organization called Klamath Bird Observatory (KBO) in Southern Oregon. Together SPBO and KBO are putting together a bird banding workshop in to be hosted in San Pancho.  This training will result in increased collaborative bird monitoring and conservation in Western Mexico; by increasing the body of knowledge on migratory birds we will be better able to guide effective species and habitat conservation for birds and people

 A proposal for San Pancho`s rental-home owners/managers:

 As part of our fund-raising strategy and in order to promote birdwatching tourism in San Pancho, we offer the following 6-step proposal to promote your rental-home. This cyclic proposal intends to bring some business your way, to promote our town as a birder-friendly destination and to help SPBO accomplish its goals in bird conservation:

 

1. SPBO invites you to donate a specific number of nights of any of your rental units during dates that you choose as convenient during the next 2012-2013 season.  We ask you to provide us with the current value of your rental donation to guarantee that we get at least that value during an auction . Our hope is that a 2 or 3 night donation will encourage people to book some more nights adjacent to the dates donated. Attached to this email we provide a form for submitting your accommodation`s donation.

 

2. We are requesting donations between now and August 18th 2012.    Your donation, with the website address of your rental home and your contact information. Donations will be auctioned at birding clubs in the Pacific Northwest in late August and after that via an online auction which will be sent to our contact list of more than 1500 email addresses  that will include members from birding associations such as the Portland and Seattle Audubon Clubs and birders who have visited San Pancho during the last few years. This fundraiser will also be advertised via facebook and SPBO`website www.blog.birdingsanpancho.org

 

3. Potential customers will contact you directly and a SPBO representative to confirm the reservation of your accomodation (s).

 

4. You will get paid directly for the full cost of the accommodation, just as you would for any other reservation for your San Pancho rental home.

 

5. Once the accommodation has been confirmed and the dates for refundable cancellations have gone through, you can transfer the funds to SPBO via a payment to a Mexican bank account, US Bank account or paypal account.

 

6. If you are not able to donate any accommodation dates of your rental home but still want to support SPBO you can donate via a tax-deductible donation via Klamath Bird Observatory or directly to SPBO via paypal or a Mexican bank acount (tax deductibility in Mexico is not available yet). 

 

By doing this fundraising event together, we will all be winning. Your rental home will be advertised to an existing tourist market which potentially will bring more customers your way.  San Pancho will be better known as a birding destination.  And, SPBO will be able to implement educational, scientific and ecotourism programs that will help build a cycle for sustainable, community-based, bird and habitat conservation.

Please feel free to share this information with other homeowners you consider would be interested in participating of this initiative and also to let us know if you have any questions or comments via the emails provided below.

 

Sincerely,

 

Luis Morales. SPBO Executive Director birdingsanpancho@gmail.com

Renee Mushen SPBO Administrator reneemushen@mac.com

  

Contact Luis Morales  birdingsanpancho@gmail.com 

Póngase en contacto con Luis Morales en: birdingsanpancho@gmail.com

Casa Valhalla

 4BR/6BA

3,700 square feet, located in the exclusive community of Costa Azul, in the north end of San Pancho. This beautiful home, nestled into the hillside, across the street from the ocean, features a long view of the beach and lush landscaping throughout. This is a fantastic opportunity to own a truly magnificent house in San Pancho.  

See more info and photos here.
casa valhalla  
 
For additional details 
contact Chris King at 
Rancho Riviera Realty
cel 322 175 3670 
or call toll free (888) 835-3815 

Spotlight on Rentals

Casa Manuela
Reserve this Rental in San Pancho 
for your Next Vacation!
 
 Beautiful Casa Manuela is located in a small fishing village called San Pancho. San Pancho is easy to reach within a 40 minute drive north from the Puerto Vallarta airport on a paved and well marked Highway 200. This casa has two bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths. Sleeps four with two kings and one crib. Across the street from the ocean. Outside dining with BBQ next to the dunking pool. Walking to restaurants and shops. Linen service included. San Pancho offers an array of activities for all tastes including fishing, horseback riding, swimming, surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, jogging, rock climbing, yoga, or even whale watching. 

  

For more information on this rental please click here:

  

Contact us to advertise your home and start receiving more reservations than ever before.  

 

Kimberly King

Executive Director

kim@sanpancholife.com   

 

Contacte con nosotros para anunciar su casa y empezar a recibirmás reservas que nunca antes.  

Kimberly King
director Ejecutivo

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                  Turtle eggs being protected by Senor Crab.............

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Contact us to advertise your home and start receiving more reservations than ever before.  Have a business?  To advertise your business Contact us 

 

Thanks for reading.  Please let us know your opinions, suggestions, complaints or anything else you feel will help make San Pancho a better place in which to live and vacation.
 
Sincerely, 

 

Kimberly King

Executive Director

kim@sanpancholife.com  

San Pancho Life
Calle Tercer Mundo #50
San Pancho, 63732