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Renee Rollins
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  • Modesto, CA
  • United States
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Renee Rollins updated their profile
Feb 15, 2011
Renee Rollins and Jim Donahoe are now friends
Dec 27, 2010
Renee Rollins replied to gene gene dancn´machine's discussion Boomers arriving in Mexico in the group Boomers to Mexico
"Hi Mandy, I chose La Paz for the winter warmth and can live with the summer heat, but I will probably spend most of the summer traveling when I'm finally living there full time. I've learned to enjoy the desert landscape and it is really…"
Jul 15, 2009
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Boomers to Mexico

American & Canadian Members researching and planning on moving to Mexico for retirementSee More
Jul 15, 2009
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La Paz, Baja California Sur

American and Canadian expatriate community
Feb 3, 2009

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Do you live in the Mexico, the US or Canada
live in the US, but have a home in Mexico
What city and state
La Paz, BCS
Tell us about yourself, type of business, last employment
I own Passport To Travel a travel agency in Modesto CA
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How did you hear about Mexico-My Space?
La Paz Gringos

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