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Jason Dulfon
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Songs of Serrano: The Boxer
A cover of my favorite Simon and Garfunkel tune, The Boxer. Just an acoustic guitar and couple of voices. enjoy

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Waca Huasi
This last week was the Circuit Overseer visit and several friends from Sucre came to give support to the week of activity in Villa Serrano. Saturday, we got the chance to head out into a small community called "Waca Huasi" right in the middle of Serrano and...

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Nature Walk to Monte Hippie
     Since my time left in Villa Serrano is short, I decided to take a solo nature walk to the peak they call "Monte Hippie" I had no idea how long it would take to get there. And slept in that day so I set out for the mountain at two in the afternoon......

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The Manchas Saga
Sometime in February, I got the idea to adopt a pet and take care of it for a while. The opportunity was presented to me to take care of a baby pig, or "chanchito" Everyone thought I was crazy. And it was an impulsive decision. I named the little chanchita,...

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"Keep It Clean"
It was time to fix up our Kingdom Hall and Place of Meeting in Serrano and Padilla. In February, we did some "big" renovations. First, was the work we did in Padilla. We had to switch our location for the Place of Meeting. Which required a decent amount of ...

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Mud On The Tires
The title of this post is inspired by a country song from an artist I have no idea. It was the soundtrack of a video, Debbie, from Kentucky, who lives in Padilla, made about the very same subject. The road in between Serrano and Padilla. Since it's been the...

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La Pajcha
La Pajcha. It is a spin-off of the Quechua phrase "Phaqcha" which means, waterfall. A couple hours away from Villa Serrano is what they like to call "one of the 7 wonders of Chuquisaca" .. Chuquisaca being the province of Bolivia. You can visit La Pajcha in...

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Songs of Serrano: Still Breathing
The second original to come out of this Bolivia trip. My first take on a song designed for our ska-punk band, Coastal Evacuation, of Long Island. It's called "Still Breathing" E n j o y

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A Getaway to Guanay
My final stop on my almost month-long trip away from Villa Serrano would be to a place I never thought I would end up. It is a village far into the tropical lowlands called Guanay. I was toying around with the idea of preaching there and visiting the local ...

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Tiwanaku
While in the La Paz area, I took a half-day trip to the Tiwanaku ruins site, which date back to before the time of the Incas! There are two dominating native peoples that you will find in Bolivia. The Aymara and the Quechua. They say the Quechua are the des...
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