A Gang is a group of people who, through the organization, formation, and establishment of an assemblage, share a common identity.
The Gangs of San Miguel was primarily created to assist Tourists in San Miguel identify and assess the potential danger of Gangs in San Miguel.
The Blog is also an ongoing sociological study of Gang behaviour. The first thing that adult children ask, when they visit their parents for the first time in San Miguel, is
What has happened to Mommy and Daddy?
The answer is simple. The Magic of San Miguel and Retirement created them.
Today we are going to examine how echoes of childhood Gardens and the reality of a desert, mountain enviroment can combine to create a unique Gang. Gardening is difficult in San Miguel but that hasn’t stopped Expats from bring Flowers of the Past to San Miguel.
Take the Orange Pixie Lily. Here Susan brings to life the Orange Pixie Lily to life with her interpretation.
This is the Magic of San Miguel – the residents are Flower Gardens.
We can have Morning Glories in the Jardin brought to Tourists by the Flower Theme Gang.
Some Gang Members like to combine colors in a Twin looks such as the Fuschia Twins.
Other simply like to be part of a bunch, such as the Green Echinacea Twins
Then there are the punsters of San Miguel. This is The Ross of Sharon Connecticut Gang.
This is a very dangerous Gang. Most parts of the Datura Plant are poisonous and the pen of this individual can be poisonous
Some of the full sized gals in town, who are comfortable with their body image go for trees and what better tree in San Miguel than the Jacaranda.
Continuing with the theme of Mexican plants brings us to The Poinsettia Gang
Lastly, the old Spring favorite the The Daffodil Gang