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4 thoughts to “Plants of San Luis Potos铆”

  1. Hi, Benjamin,
    You left a comment about Nahuatl on our family blog. We’re glad you found us- looks like we have a lot in common. I’m impressed with your webpages here- they look very nice. We hope to hear from you again!

  2. Nice blog, Benjamin. And thanks for visiting my own site.

    It must be nice to just be able to pick a banana off a tree whenever you feel like it.

  3. Wow, two comments already! I think this must be the secret of becoming known within the Blogosphere: Comment on others’ blogs, and they will comment on yours!

    Re: DeputyHeadmistress – Thank you! My mom is an avid reader of y’all’s blog, and she lets me know whenever there’s something I might be interested in.

    Re: Bill – Thanks for the comment! All the bananas I saw were pretty green; I’m not sure if they all ripen at the same time or how that works. Last I heard that part of the country got pretty swamped with all the rain from the latest hurricane, ruining a lot of wheat fields.

  4. Commenting on others’ blogs is indeed a way to get comments back- that’s the main way I find out about blogs that interest me- somebody leaves a comment and I click to see who that person is.=)

    I did not realize the Patchwork of Life blogger was also on the cochs list- or if I did, I forgot it. Pretty neat.=)

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