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May 2, 2020 I’m Glad I’m Not Young In Today’s World Most long time subscribers can relate to the fact I’m forever stressing the importance of asking the right question or questions. Another thing I accept complete responsibility for is I continually stress the point of how important it is for you to first unlearn [...]

I love hearing from our subscriber’s. It’s the reason I do my best to answer every email or comment. I recently received an email from a couple of long time subscribers who were on vacation, but not in our region. They were vacationing over in Las Terrenas and after watching almost all of our videos [...]

While I have a bit of time I wanted to get out part two of a great day spent in the back country with my buddy Robert. We continue on working our way toward Los Memisos. We took our time as I wanted to explain some of the unique topography and perhaps even more notable [...]

I recently invited a friend of mine to join me on what for me is just another normal day in the field. Robert and his wife Michelle started out as clients a few years prior when we sold them one of our lots in the Montana y Mar community. Now moved in both Robert and [...]

Come and experience an exceptional 6 bedrooms 5 baths pool home located in the mountains of Rio San Juan.  Gentle trade winds provide comfortable living without A/C! Home is solar powered and comes furnished.  Built in 2013 the property offers an excellent lower floor apartment complete with separate kitchen entrance and patio.  It’s beautiful and [...]

Last weekend the town of Cabrera celebrated the opening of what’s being christened International Boulevard Dr. Ramon Arturo Perez Dalmasi. Several key speakers along with Mayor Jorge Cavoli headed up an hour long inauguration christening the enhanced entrance to the town. Approaching from the Nagua direction, residents and visitors alike now enjoy a welcoming boulevard [...]

September 14 2018 Lessons we learn too late At one time or another we’ve all looked back at our lives and asked the all mighty question I wonder what would have been. During the course of our lives we keep deliberating I wonder what would have been, I wonder what would have been. You can [...]

Life through the eyes of a Centenarian I’m at the ripe middle age of 61 and still I connect with my mom every day. Whether it’s a quick email or a message even a call we somehow manage to link on a daily basis. For some this might sound a bit strange coming from someone [...]

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