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Friends can come from anywhere but we should always appreciate them.
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“You seriously couldn’t get a credit card in your own name? or buy a car?” Nods all around. Several of us were sitting at a table reveling in delicious margaritas and platters of Mexican food at our favorite Friday night watering hole, #Los Pericos. The question had started a flood of reminiscenes. All of us...
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It is always a joy to be with people who laugh.
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Is there a reason to teach history while on a tour? Or should it just be entertainment?
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Facing modern problems with ancient technology is sometimes best. When a door won't stay closed, use a ratchet-strap.
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Planning to take videos must be the primary focus of a tour. When other things get in the way, the videos sometimes are forgotten.
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Visiting outlying facilities can be fascinating. We saw the Gibbs Ranch, the 1830s Biological Research Center, and the Natural History Collection.
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Why nonprofessionals should not make home videos.
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How do we sell our products? We have to believe in ourselves and believe in our audience.
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If you ever get the chance to go to Mexico, choose San Miguel de Allende for the “Fiestas Patrias” or Mexican Independence, September 15th and September 16th. It is a chance to feel the excitement of history played out as you will see it nowhere else. San Miguel is a typical, quaint Mexican town where...
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