Saturday, March 3, 2012

Ferrusquilla: "That statue of a composer..."

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Dianne and Greg


  1. So much to learn about this great city. This guy is one of the nicest anyone will every meet in Mazatlan. His personality quietly fills a room and he is distinguished in a way that is dieing in modern society. Thanks fr the great post.

  2. I so agree, Greg. When I have had the pleasure to speak with the Maestro, his smile lights the room and he is very gentle and kind. I feel so privileged to know he represents this city we so love!

  3. Thanks, Diane, for sharing this. You are so generous with what you learn about our wonderful chosen city and its people. It helps all of us have a greater appreciation for Mazatlan and then we can help it shine a little more by the re-telling of stories such as this.


  4. So glad to know you enjoy it, Barbara! Thank you for your kind words. We are truly blessed to live here.


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