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  1. Jean
    December 13, 2012

    Wow… what an adventure! Glad you are home safe!

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    • Marion
      December 14, 2012

      It’s always good to get home, but also great fun to get away and explore the world. So many adventures out there! Thanks for comment.

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  2. Ralph Winestock
    December 14, 2012

    You are a great writer. It reminded me of a time that I got lost in the Tenderloin district with a buddy at 2:30 am after a Saturday night tour of the town. The funny thing is that i had been there over a couple dozen times and knew what to avoid. At one point, we stumbled up a street encounter where there was no way out.At the top of the hill were about 20 guys hanging in front of a liquor store.I remembered laughing quite nervously and started to pray. As we approached they suddenly all disbanded. Talk about Angeles all around us! What i figured out after is that we were in the shadows. I had been wearing a loose large coat that made me look stout.My buddy was quite stocky.By the way they peeled off, they must have thought we were Vice. God had protected us with mercy s he did you. Also, in case you don’t know, ask your husband about our little night time adventure in Vietnam. Glad all turned out great Patty.

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    • Marion
      December 14, 2012

      Great story. What country were you in when this happened? I will ask my hubbie about your night adventure! Thanks for your comments.

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  3. Carolyne
    December 21, 2012

    I miss Mexico, the colors, the sights, the noise, the craziness of shopkeepers, tourists, and locals, the charm of the different locales. Your pictures brought it all back. Thanks for sharing your adventures!

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    • Marion
      December 26, 2012

      It’s a love that never dies…viva Mexico! Thanks for your comment.

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