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El Kiko

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Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad 

As the time of festivities come around once again ..

I would like to say ...Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad

to you all , thanks for all the help and advice I have received over the past year , and all the help I see been given out to all who ask for it ...

I hope you all eat drink and be very, very, merry over the Xmass holidays ....

......Yours
........ El Kiko

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Escribano

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Same to you and everyone.

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gj Michelob

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

quote:

As the time of festivities come around once again ..

I would like to say ...Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad

to you all , thanks for all the help and advice I have received over the past year , and all the help I see been given out to all who ask for it ...

I hope you all eat drink and be very, very, merry over the Xmass holidays ....

......Yours
........ El Kiko


Thank you for starting this traditional but never old thread.

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone.

Perhaps we should also show a bit of our own Christmas spirit. I will start; here is our Maria (a sweet King Charles Cavalier) waiting to catch Santa under the tree we just decorated and by her own personal Stocking.



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Leñador

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Merry Christmas to all, hope y'all get what you asked Santa for!

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gerundino63

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to gj Michelob

Merry christmas and a very happy new year for wll of you!

The light is comming back now to shine a bright path for you in the sometimes dark forest of life.


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ORIGINAL: gj Michelob
Here is our Maria (a sweet King Charles Cavalier) waiting to catch Santa under the tree we just decorated and by her own personal Stocking.





@ G.J.,

What a lovely picture! A very nice dog! Hope Santa puts a bone is his sock!

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jmb

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Merry christmas y felices fiestas

It is the time when luthiers of the foro should show us how to make zambombas jerezanas to sing and play villancicos!



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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Merry Christmas and Feliz Navidad from Playa Grande, Costa Rica!

RNJ



A tiny village with a totally undeveloped beach, where turtles come ashore to lay their eggs




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Haithamflamenco

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Merry Christmas to all of you amigos y amigas from Bahrain



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revendel

 

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britguy

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Same to you, amigo; and to all our faithful members. . .

Doesn't look very 'Christmassy' down here in Palm Beach (FL) today (75 degrees, sunny, etc.)
but; as they say in the USA: 'It's the spirit that counts'. (They don't say which particular brand of 'spirit' and just how it 'counts', but what the hell. . . )

And may you all have a plucking great 2015. . . .



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estebanana

 

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to Richard Jernigan

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Merry Christmas and Feliz Navidad from Playa Grande, Costa Rica!

RNJ


Ahah, so that is how you escaped the political conversations at family dinner this year.

Have a good time in the warm water.

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BarkellWH

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to britguy

Merry Christmas to all! Looks like Richard and Arthur had the right idea--migrate to warmer climes for Christmas (Costa Rica and Palm Beach respectively). We are having a very mild Christmas in the Washington, DC area, with the temperature topping out at 55 degrees fahrenheit. Not quite Costa Rica or Palm Beach, but we'll take it.

Bill

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Xavi

 

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

Merry Christmas to all.

I experienced a true miracle this Christmas: a few minutes of sunshine in Chicago!
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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to estebanana

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ORIGINAL: estebanana

quote:

Merry Christmas and Feliz Navidad from Playa Grande, Costa Rica!

RNJ


Ahah, so that is how you escaped the political conversations at family dinner this year.

Have a good time in the warm water.


My family know better than to discuss politics or religion at the dinner table, or indeed in groups of three or more. The one-on-ones can get a bit dicey, but it is easier for two to make peace than it is for a group.

RNJ
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edguerin

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to El Kiko

And happy día de Los Reyes Magos ...



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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Merry Christmas Y Feliz Navidad (in reply to edguerin

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ORIGINAL: edguerin

And happy día de Los Reyes Magos ...



When I first went to Mexico with my parents or grandfather, you never saw Santa Claus nor a Christmas tree. Years later, when I started traveling in Mexico on my own, you never saw Santa Claus, a Christmas tree, or a woman wearing trousers.

Presents were brought by the Three Kings on January 6. When we first took the kids to Mexico more than 40 years ago, Santa and trees were beginning to make inroads, but there were guys dressed up like the Three Kings in the Alameda in Mexico City. Kids could have their picture taken with them for a small fee.

My three year old son would have nothing whatsoever to do with a bunch of ill-shaven bums dressed up in bathrobes!

RNJ
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