June 2012

June 2012

In this issue: Nature Fish life of Manzanillo – Terry Sovil Planting Roots – Coconut Palms – Tommy Clarkson Manzanillo and Mexico Earth Shaking – Karen Trom Joseph – Suzanne Marshall Real Mexico – Terry Sovil General Interest Man of...
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Office Bytes

Office Bytes

By Vivian Molick from the June 2012 Edition This is for all of you that don’t know how to save (and wish you could) that cool picture you saw on the Internet. Next time you are on the Internet and...
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The Great Coupeville Washington Water Festival

The Great Coupeville Washington Water Festival

By Freda Rumford and Kirby Vickery from the June 2012 Edition As usual Kirby had gotten up early but then had fallen back to sleep in the old easy chair after trying to knock out another adventure novel. It became yet...
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They see me!

They see me!

By Cheryl Weaver from the June 2012 Edition “You’re out and about by yourself, enjoying a few frivolous moments, with only one significant thing to accomplish but it’s a doozey and it HAS to get done today. You’ve worked hard...
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A little About June

A little About June

 By Kirby Vickery from the June 2012 Edition I’ll bet that when you sat down to read this you thought it would be another one of those essays where the author lists out a whole bunch of things about the...
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The Man of The  Hour

The Man of The Hour

By Freda Rumford from the June 2012 Edition I have been sitting at my computer for quite a while, staring into space, looking for inspiration on stories to tell of Manzanillo. One thing will not leave me alone but it...
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Real Mexico

Real Mexico

By Terry Sovil from the June 2012 Edition This issue we take a look at the Renewable Energy Sector in Mexico including wind, geothermal and hydroelectric. Mexico is actively seeking renewable energy sources and development. May 15-16, 2012 saw the...
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Joseph

Joseph

By Suzanne Marshall from the June 2012 Edition During our winter sojourns to Manzanillo, my husband and I like to take a few trips down to El Centro on the bus, have brunch under the umbrellas at the Chantilly sidewalk...
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I Feel the Earth Move Under My  Feet….

I Feel the Earth Move Under My Feet….

By Karen Trom from the June 2012 Edition I grew up in Minnesota and have spent most of my adult life in Wisconsin so I am an old pro when it comes to blizzards, artic temps, and even tornadoes and...
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The Coconut Palm (part 1)

The Coconut Palm (part 1)

By Tommy Clarkson from the June 2012 Edition Cocos nucifera Family: Arecaceae Sub-family: Arecoideae (Also known as the Cocos Nucifera, Coco Palm, Coconut Tree) While there are around 1,500 different varieties of palms, when most people think of them, the...
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