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Día De la Madre

Día De la Madre

Día de la Madre

You’re Spanish-speaking parents are hosting what they call a “día de la madre” celebration. While the name might sound like a Friday, it’s actually a day of family celebration to give thanks for your mother’s mother.

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Not to be confused with Monumento a la Madre, Guadalajara.

Monumento a la Raza (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

â–ª idiom: ahí está la madre del cordero (informal) that’s just the trouble ⧫ that’s the crux of the matter (Source: www.collinsdictionary.com)

La Madre Springs Trail is a 5.6 kilometer heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Las Vegas, Nevada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. (Source: www.alltrails.com)

Great trail. New signs made it easy to stay on the trail. Just past the end of the trail (according to this map) there was an old sign explaining La Madre Spring and a small spring where we sat to listen to the water before heading back.

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La Madre Springs Trail is a 5.6 kilometer heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Las Vegas, Nevada that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. (Source: www.alltrails.com)

Great trail. New signs made it easy to stay on the trail. Just past the end of the trail (according to this map) there was an old sign explaining La Madre Spring and a small spring where we sat to listen to the water before heading back. (Source: www.alltrails.com)

Some nice arid region scenery with a mixed bag of trailbeds. Poles are helpful. If you do the Le Madre Springs, make sure to continue on the trail beyond the formal ‘destination’ (which is boring) following the marshy stream up beyond. No scrambling, although plenty of places to scramble off-route. We’d rate this jaunt maybe 3.5 in comparison with other trails in Red Rock, where the geology in general is spectacular (Source: www.alltrails.com)

Some nice arid region scenery with a mixed bag of trailbeds. Poles are helpful. If you do the Le Madre Springs, make sure to continue on the trail beyond the formal ‘destination’ (which is boring) following the marshy stream up beyond. No scrambling, although plenty of places to scramble off-route. We’d rate this jaunt maybe 3.5 in comparison with other trails in Red Rock, where the geology in general is spectacular (Source: www.alltrails.com)

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