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Which Central American country would you most likely move to?

Belize
0% (0 votes)
Guatemala
0% (0 votes)
Honduras
0% (0 votes)
El Salvador
0% (0 votes)
Nicaragua
33% (2 votes)
Costa Rica
67% (4 votes)
Panama
0% (0 votes)
Total votes: 6
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The daughter of peter

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The daughter of peter

The daughter of peter, Gloria

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Does she look like Peter ?

Does she look  like Peter ?

Does she look  like Peter ?

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Good Resource for Tropical Asian Fruits

I am a member of the following yahoo group. It has some members who are very knowledgable about asian fruit trees and propogation techniques. One propogation technique to learn about, for instance, is double grafting. I recommend you join the group in digest mode or web-only mode, as the group has massive posting volume, much of it in tagalog. You can ask questions about fruits in English, though, and state that you only understand English, and the very top fruit experts in the Philippines will often respond in English.

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/rarefruit-ph/

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Are Some Central America Forums Less Impartial Than Meets The Eye?

I claim that many Central America forums that to be appear legitimate community efforts with open participation are in fact closely monitored and highly censored.

Let me provide some background.

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Gloria and Peter

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Gloria and Peter

This is a picture of my daughter Gloria and I today.

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Gloria Waiting for the Cue Ball

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Gloria Waiting for the Cue Ball

Gloria Waiting for the Cue Ball.

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Milyn, Peter, and Rosalinda May

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Milyn, Peter, and Rosalinda May

This is at the end of Milyn's 21st birthday party today.

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The road the truck made for itself

The road the truck made for itself

The road the truck made for itself just north of Uvita, Costa Rica. Oddly enough the back seemed to have survived ok (not good though, probably a near-total on the cab although i think the driver was probably ok, as it didn't flip at all).

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What happened to the truck?

What happened to the truck?

This is what we saw on the road from Uvita to Dominical yesterday morning. The truck was heading west, but the road was going north-west. What had happened? Well, it appears that about eight hours earlier the truck had gone WAY off the road, over 50m. In this picture it had been pulled back most of the way but couldn't make it over the final hump with the available towing equipment. I'll try to add a few more pictures. This was on a flat and straight highway in Costa Rica.

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