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12/07/2009

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...And it's a smile well-earned! Congratulations on Tecapa Blue, and your first cacao pods! Looks like a terrific job's been done by all, and congrats, once again!

Thank you! You have been a supportive and dedicated reader of the Plantation Diaires. I tell the men here how many people read the blog and I think they are finally getting the idea. I showed them today's blog with their pictures on the screen. They were grinning from ear to ear.

Cheers,
Nina Stephanie

Bravo! Nina. Your words, pictures, and spirit shine. It's great to be reading your blog again, and on such a momentous and productive day. These stories are priceless -- so well told, so well earned.

QUE BUENO ! ME ALEGRO QUE POR FIN ESTEN RECOGIENDO LA COSECHA, TANTO TRABAJO, SUFRIMIENTO Y SACRIFICIO, VALIO LA PENA. ECHENLE GANAS !
Esto fué escrito para Evers, Vigil, Carlitos, Mario y a todo el equipo que trabaja en la finca. También para las cortadoras y sus ayudantes.

Stephanie, we missed you. I knew you were extremely busy and too exhausted to write when you had a moment to yourself. I can understand the feeling so I just waited patiently. Congratulations ! Saludos desde Francia.

Hey Lea! The boys looked at their names on the screen and could not believe their eyes. I tried to tell them where France was and we finally got out a map. Thanks for all the well wishes.

Nina Stephanie

Your words brought back the sounds and smells of El Salvador, the country that my husband and I loved above all others. Best wishes on the harvest, and Feliz Navidad to all.

I can see you have good knowledge on the issue. I enjoyed the read. Keep up the good work.

Hi Stephanie. I was wondering if you read about the recent discovery in Peru of a rare type of chocolate called Nacional, a member of the Forastero family. It was found to be growing above 3500 feet. I read about this in the 1/12 11 NY TImes. Hope you are doing well.

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