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1000 Americans: Don Santiago & Alonso Romero, Sonora, Mexico

April 30, 2009 by ,  
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Don Santiago and Alonso Romero, Sonora, Mexico

Don Santiago is in his sixties and lives with his mother in a small lone ranch in the desert of Baja California. They sell animals carved out of marble and onyx.

His son Alonso (one of 9 kids) lives South in Guerrero Negro and visits him when possible.

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