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Sublime picnic

We had an all-day picnic today at Corina and Marco’s farm near Urubó. It’s in the same vicinity as the Biocentro Guembe that we visited two years ago, but much further out from civilization. The farm was just beautiful with … Continue reading

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Tidbits

Visiting a farm… 250,000 people declaring autonomy from the national government… Yoli getting her hair cut very short… being tempted to buy pirate movies on VCD… Yes, we’ve been seeing and doing it all during our time in Santa Cruz.

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Update from Santa Cruz

Well, just wanted to let everyone know that we are safe and sound in Santa Cruz. We arrived Thursday morning, and it is hot and humid here (it just rained tonight). We are staying at El Jordan, the same place … Continue reading

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MARRIED – At long last!

Greetings from Mr. and Mrs. Josh Renaud! Unfortunately we never really had a chance to connect my computer to the internet to update the website. We were just too busy! However, rest assured that the week went very well and … Continue reading

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Winding roads, spectacular mountains, weathered ruins, and coffee

Sunday was by far the most beautiful day I’ve had since I’ve been here. It started with a shower — a rain shower, mind you. Well, perhaps it would be better described as a torrent. As I sleep with my … Continue reading

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HEAT WAVE!

There wasn’t much new Monday, except for the heat. It got very hot today! Monday morning, Yoli and I went back to El Jordán to do some work. She spent much of her time translating a prayer newsletter for Corina, … Continue reading

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A story about El Jord�n (no, not Michael)

On Wednesday we visited El El Jordán, which is a place street kids can go to when they want to turn their lives around. At El El Jordán, there are people the kids can talk to. They also can come … Continue reading

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