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Musings of Bagger Dave

The Musings of Bagger Dave are written by Dave Brooker Well, it’s our last full day in Guayabitos so it’s not surprising that I’m thinking about the four weeks we’ve spent here – and anticipating with some trepidation the weather that awaits us back in Comox. Tomorrow will be the last morning for quite a while that we”ll…

Amarillo’s Story by Anne and Dave Easby

Amarillo's Story It was in the winter of 2006 when he first came into our lives. Some folks from Jaltemba Bay Animal Rescue had approached us to foster a dog for two weeks as he recovered from his operation at the spay and neuter clinic. They needed someone to care for him before they sent him off to Canada where they were hoping to…
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2018 El Famoso Horseshoe Tourney

The annual El Famoso Horseshoe Tournament for 2018 was moved to a different location at the last minute, but despite this adversity, was very successful, thanks to a myriad of volunteers, attendees and observers.  Here are the results: A total of $22,650 pesos was raised and donated to the Community Cultural Center in La Peñita. Horseshoe…
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Jaltemba Cancer Walk for Prevention

I am not sure of the official name to this fundraising group, but here are the fabulous results. There were over 700 people that took part in the Walk this year. The Walk culminated again at Hinde and Jaimes Restaurant in La Peñita. Burgers on the grill for everyone, and probably the most beer served in a long time. Fun was had by…
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John & Doreen Berg are your hikers to go to!

John and Doreen Berg are not your normal hikers. Not only do they spearhead the clearing of the trails heading south out of Los Ayala, and take countless numbers of hikers on reconnaissance runs, but they also have a very informative blog of their own. Click on its cover to read for yourself.
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Gary W. Wietgrefe - Ancient Culture

Sioux Falls, South Dakota (PR MediaRelease) February 6, 2018 South Dakota provides storyline of ancient norms to identify an evolving culture. Electronics Aid Memory Loss Can’t remember phone numbers like you used to? You are not alone. "Why are we losing our memory? Its impact on society” is one of several presentations…
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Resident Documents Advice

Obtaining a Mexican resident card is not a simple one day task; rather, it is a multi-step process that begins at a Mexican Consulate in your home country and ends (sometimes months later) when you finally pick up your resident card at an immigration office in Mexico. Once you finally get your resident card (temporary or permanent),…
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Lo de Marcos - First Annual Chili Cook-off

Chili Cook-off in Lo de Marcos – Saturday February 24th, 2018 It has long been a desire of the team at Galvan Real Estate and Services to organize and host a Chili Cook off with the proceeds to benefit the Church in Lo de Marcos. This year, our dream will become a reality! On Saturday February 24th, from 4:00 until 7:00 pm,…