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Old 10-11-2011, 12:19   #1
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Intro - Planning Retirement in Mexico

Hi there. I've been lurking as a guest for quite a while. My wife and I planning our retirement aboard our boat in Mexico and beyond and so we are researching the full time cruising lifestyle. We have a 40 ft trawler and I also crew on a friend's sailboat.

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Welcome here is a link to a place in La Paz where there are many retired Norte Americanos.Club Cruceros de La Paz Home Page
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Thanks for all the welcomes and Charlie, thanks for the link, I'll add that to my favorites.

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