Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor


Dear Sir:

Teri Saya’s humorous essay (Oct. Ojo, p. 10) set me off. My wife and I were surprised (and enthralled) when we stumbled on one in Leon en route to Guanajuato in 1994 or 5.  Even had a curtain you could draw to conceal the license plate.

Don’t turn on the TV, and it’s a great night’s sleep; the neighbors are always discreet. I always choose a “No Tell Motel” when I travel. They’re the quietest and frequently the cheapest.

Bill Sanders

Nube #6, Brisas de Chapala



Dear Editor,

The Ojo del Lago is a large part of what makes Lakeside feel like a real community. For years you have published the monthly newsletter of the Lake Chapala Society (LCS) as part of your community involvement.  Many Lakesiders are not LCS members, but are able to keep up with all the many changes LCS is going through, by means of your magazine

So at this time, I want to send a big “Thank You” to the Ojo for your ongoing support of LCS.  As we enter the new year, we have big plans for adding to the ongoing educational programs we offer to both the expat and the Mexican community.  Student aid to university students, the Children’s Art Program which has produced many of the well-known regional artists over its 60 years, both English and Spanish language libraries, Spanish classes for expats and ESL classes for Mexicans, TED talks, and our Foreign Film series are just some of the current offerings, and more will appear as we organize in the future.

As some of these changes are realized, we hope you will continue to help us publicize what we offer to all Lakeside residents, and we will be happy to keep you informed.

On behalf of the Lake Chapala Society, I want to send very warm wishes for a safe and happy New Year to all the Lakeside community.  Just imagine what life would be like here without the Ojo and without LCS. 

Cate Howell

LCS Vice-President

Chair, LCS Community Committee

Our Editor Responds:

Thanks very much for your kind note. I have been at Lakeside for the past 27 years and it was the LCS that made the transition from Los Angeles to Mexico so much easier for me than it might have been. The Ojo has been proud to work in tandem with the LCS for the past several decades, and look forward to doing so for many more years to come.


For more information about Lake Chapala visit: www.chapala.com

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