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Suddenly Retired

By Suzanne A. Marshall from the November 2013 Edition Four years ago I finally decided that if I didn’t stop working soon I would be shortening my life. Phantom chest pains, insomnia, adrenal fatigue were all taking their toll. It didn’t help that I was a certified and diagnosed ‘over achiever’. At the time I thought that […]

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New Rules and Regulations concerning the Importation of Foreign Cars

By Manzanillo Sun Writer from the October 2013 Edition (This information was received from Gerry Szakacs, President, Manzamigos A.C. and is paraphrased below) I (Gerry) received an email that as of September 14th, all 3rd party or virtual registrations (as described below) were stopped. Lo and behold, as of Wednesday. September 25th, they’ve opened it back […]

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Picotee Sky Flower- I Planted Roots in Mexico

By Tommy Clarkson from the October 2013 Edition Duranta erecta ‘Sapphire Showers’ Family: Verbenaceae Also known as: Pigeonberry, Golden Dew-drop, and Skyflower This originally West Indian, evergreen, drooping branch, vine is definitely, an attention getter! Its flora are large, beautiful racemes (clusters) of butterfly attracting, trumpet shaped, white tipped, and intensely, bluish-violet-lavender purple. (One wonders if I […]

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The Potato

By Terry Sovil from the October 2013 Edition My good friend Carlos and I were in Centro Manzanillo visiting “city hall”. It is late morning and lunch sounds good. We pop into a busy local restaurant. Part of the meal is potato salad. Potato? Is that Mexican? Back in Minnesota, United States, we had a restaurant called […]

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