The Ojo Internet Mailbox

(Wherein we publish some comments about our previous issues.)

 

GOD’S WAITING ROOM

jennn

Nice article Mike and colorful reminiscences

THE DEATH OF JOHN RILEY— REVISITED

Miles Beacom

I am amazed by your tenacity and dedication to the facts. I wish more historians would do the same. Thanks!

ART HESS—THE DOG GUY

Sandra Hershey

Hi Art, My husband & I met you a few yrs. back. Bill passed away the end of the yr and our beloved Doberman of 12 yrs passed recently...my 2 best friends...gone. In the past we always bought from breeders but made a pact to rescue Shepherd OR Doberman...young adult (maybe consider other breeds)...no puppies...mix OK, N/M/F ok. Pls house/leash trained. Pls no LONG fur that would require professional grooming. I live on Calle Sn Luis still. I need help finding the above described dog. I have been preparing for this so a dog that is ASAP is also fine. Other pet in house is 7 yr old N M mini-schnauzer who is fine w/ other dogs. I need to feel safe again.

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THE SOLDIER NUN

Leslie Lehmann

What a fascinating story! There are some resemblances to Jean d’Arc, but Catalina appears to be following her own, not a divine calling. It would have been interesting to meet her.

COLORS IN THE CITY– THE STREET MURALS

Dale Oliver

Really enjoyed reading about your descriptive and unplanned tour of these artistic murals. Thanks for sharing!

MONSTER!

Ralph

It has been my understanding that Chac Mool was the rain God from my visits to the Yucatan. Sounds like The Aztecs were crueler than the Mayans.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR 2

glenn charles

I am in the process of publishing a book on my 10 years playing music at Lakeside. Will be in Ajijic the first week of Nov. Would you be interested in doing an article? “The Saskman.” (a British born Canadian musician who played Irish music in a German restaurant in Mexico) The book will be available this fall.

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