Manuel Antonio/Quepos Tidings

May 2, 2012

The new gas station is now open out by the airport, near the turnoff to Dominical. The best part is that it is open 24/7.

Welcome to the attendees of the International Convention of the Pacific Group of Manuel Antonio, Came To Believe. There are over 100 attendees from several countries gathering at Byblos Hotel, Hotel Mono Azul and Blue Banyan Inn. Have a great convention!

We have great news from Mary Pepperl and Lee Addleman, who live in Manuel Antonio. In May, they are enjoying a month’s visit with their beautiful daughter, Jennifer Webster, and their granddaughter, Remi, almost 4, and grandson, Rome, 19 months. Jennifer’s husband, Hunter Webster, will join them during the month. The Websters reside on a gorgeous ranch in Carbondale, Colorado, in the U.S., but they love the beauty and nature in Costa Rica. Remi says, “I’m so excited; we will play and see the monkeys!” 

And Rome simply screeches like a monkey.

–Jennifer Rice 

jennifer@kidssavingtherainforest.org

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