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  1. I am flying up to San Francisco, calif. on the 25 of march to pick up my cargo van with packages that i am bringing back for clients. Since I also have a 4 by 8 , trailer I am also willing to bring it down for someone who needs to bring household items down to ajijic from the states. I can pick up the items anywhere off the main highways from San Francisco to El Paso, tx. I will charge $2000.00 for the trailer fully loaded. This price is firm, especially with all these problems wth the covid19. The price of bringing down a 18by18by27 inch box is 200.00 and the box has to be delivered somewhere where there is easy access. Contact: marquezamo@hotmail.com
  2. Hi everyone, I am a 75 year old guy who has had( lets change that to who is having) a rather unconventional life and have recently decided to move to Ajijic from the Baltimore area. I am flying to Guadalajara on the 15th for a couple weeks to get the feel of the place before I sell my house. I would appreciate suggestions of a real estate agent who is honest, knowledgeable and who you personally like. and if anyone is interested, I would love to meet folks who have lived in Ajijic or Chapala for a while and who can help me get my feet on the ground a bit. I would happily take you to lunch or dinner to ease the flow of conversation. I am a vegan, although there seem to be many good vegetarian restaurants to choose from and I may have a young companion with me. I look forward to being in touch with anyone who would respond. With much gratitude, John Millen
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