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Hi, Mila! Where exactly is Vallorbe? Its river seems to be a more active version of the stream flowing between Lavigny and Aubonne, the one that goes under the bridge we pass trekking from village to town. Might there be some hidden cave paintings in Vallorbe, I wonder...
Hi Mila,I like your poems and your pictures too. Do you have more of Vallorbe? It sounds very interesting.Have you ever been to the Suhoton caves? Back in the Philippines.Karen
Very interesting poems...thanks for sharing them.Jihan Osorio
Vallorbe is somewhere in the canton of Vaud, Ed. I don't exactly look at maps, so you'll have to find that out for yourself. The stream is a river, so it certainly is more active than the one between Lavigny and Aubonne. But no, no cave paintings there.
Thanks, Karen! As I told you in my letter, ayaw ko yang Suhoton na yan, baka ako panuhoton. Don't like mumbo-jumbo and would rather die a death as heavy as the Sierra Madre.God bless you, Karen.
Thanks, Jihan. I hope to meet you someday. God bless you mightily!
Hi Prof. Aguilar! My apologies for using this blog as a medium to contact you but I can't find an email address where I can write you. I'm a writer for the Philippine Bible Society and we'd like to interview you for a project we're doing. May I request that you send me your email address and/or landline number so I can give you the details po? Thanks so much and God bless. -- Ruth Floresca (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Just wrote you, Ruth.
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