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Month

October 2018
I am so pleased and proud of two of my long-term buddies: #StephenCure and #StephenHardin. (Aren’t you glad I didn’t say my “old” pals?) Both are still young and vibrant and moving ahead in a fascinating new direction. They have joined a brand new start-up company #ExperienceRealHistory. I have to go back a ways to...
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NCIS’s latest TV drama, and the current rhetoric about Border walls, would have you believe that there are gun-toting drug lords around every corner in every town in Mexico. The lovely little town of Los Mochis, in particular, has caught flak big-time in the recent NCIS episodes. I wondered about it myself as I sat...
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Without my cell phone to take pictures, for which I blame those good-for-nothings at Samsung, I will have to describe the scene. Forgive me, I am no Steinbeck, who has written about this area in The Pearl and The Sea of Cortez. I just bought both books and will read them this evening. But am...
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Rough life but someone has to do it! I stepped out of the Aeromexico plane from Mexico City into brilliant sunshine, bright skies and blue Pacific waters of southern Baja California. Warm, gentle breezes (sorry, my benighted friends in Texas who are freezing their bunnies off) rustle the fronds of the palms along the curving...
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Our next tour, November 7th through the 9th, will launch us into a fascinating and exciting culture—the German Hill Country. This is not to be confused with the Czech or Polish cultures which exist in and around the German settlements. Each are distinct, and each has kept their own beliefs and customs, even, in many...
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