Mexico bound……..

The moderator is off with Susanne to Puerto Vallarta for a bit of sun and surf. Too bad we aren’t going back to last year’s destination….the Baja, which was great. A lot of VBLers joined us for a great time. This year is a little more low key but pencil your schedule in for 2010 as a VBL Mexico adventure! Here’s a few pics from last year……….

8 thoughts on “Mexico bound……..

  1. Check out those PIPES the Gordmeister is showing us in pic#1.
    Hope you have a great time Gord, when you get back better start getting things ready for us starting to get the itch now, o wait I have the itch for some walleye and can’t wait for Sunday night fish fry!!!

    The t-shirt is familiar a good lookin’ image.
    The fish is a grouper?
    Gord and his groupies….
    Chuck in Toronto

  3. Guess someone did not like my comment on those pipes that the Gordmeister is supporting.
    I think the man needs to cover himself up, we can’t take much of that BOD.

  4. Professor,

    This is very disturbing news. Just how did you come to learn about this unfortunate sun burn incident?

  5. Susanne mentioned this to me while I was at VBL during the first week of June. She said Gord’s buns were still “peeling”, months after their trip to Baja. I thought that it was a little strange that Gord ate most of his meals standing up until she shared this with me. Apparently, Gord doesn’t like to talk about this incident.

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