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The pyramids of Teotihuacan

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Thea Avis

(August 10th, 2008)

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12477 kms: The Orbs of Teotihuacan

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Chad and Ana

(July 21st, 2008)

Hey guys, good story, good times. We met Erna as well but did not learn of the talents she shared with you. That must have been interesting. Glad you got through Mexico City with no federale troubles. How are you enjoying WA state?

Dancing in the streets of San Cristobal

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Thea Avis

(July 8th, 2008)

Perhaps you would consider giving some dancing lessons when you return!!!!

Adventures with Mexican Food in San Cristobal

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Thea Avis

(July 8th, 2008)

My good friend Hector - a terrible correspondent - but a good friend nevertheless. I love him and thank him and Apurna for their hospitality toward y'all.

Working the Milpa with the Zapatistas

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Thea Avis

(July 8th, 2008)

I'm painting the front of the church facade (all that's left). Annette printed off a copy for me and I'm almost done. looks okay.

10802 kms: San Cristobal - "Hey Rob, Do you want to move to Mexico?'

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Thea Avis

(June 27th, 2008)

I'm over delighted that you had a chance to meet my dear and charming friend Hector - who helped with my Spanish lessons - and his great English is thanks to me (???). An amazing fellow and I look forward to meeting Apurna.

A Caracol called Oventik

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Bohdar

(June 27th, 2008)

Very cool guys. We did some recent travel too. http://picasaweb.google.com/bohdar.lukomskyj/Thailand2008?authkey=u_pd48eJC3A

From: Thea Avis

(June 27th, 2008)

interesting choice of words, Michelle - finding the hemeroidal meds and putting it on the "pile" - I feel confident there was no 'pun' intended - but rather apropos, nevertheless. Also, seeing Robbie shopping in the 'drug store' with his scarf on his head, made me think about how versatile a scarf that is - you could be a Zapatista - no problem - just transfer the scarf. love you both to bursting. thea

The Medicinal Plant Nursery- "Just Neem It!"

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Annette

(June 3rd, 2008)

What a wonderful title for this blog! I've been following your blog faithfully for months and admiring all of your adventures.. this time it's really special to say wow.. I was there and shared this wonderful experience and discovery of this amazing tree. It was great fun to work on that project and I for one, am going to trust that those zapatista goats can read! To "Susannah Neem".. I look forward to walking through that neem forest someday and remembering our efforts in May of 2008.. continued success with this amazing project. Grow Neem-itos Grow!

Teotitlan del Valle- 9 Generations of Tradition

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

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From: Thea Avis

(May 14th, 2008)

Be careful with taking pictures of Rob's back side, it often looks like he's peeing. Can't wait to see the rug you bought.

From: Michelle

(May 15th, 2008)

That's because he is often peeing....

Back to Oaxaca, back in the Hospital

From the Trip: North America in our Camper Van!

From: Gilles

(May 14th, 2008)

You know, your analogy could work the other way too.. next time you're trying to explain pipelines to someone, try giving an example about proctologists!

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