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At 4:22am on October 19, 2018, Susan Wingfield Alphonsus said…

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At 12:14am on March 29, 2010, Lol said…
I had to hit the zoom out button on google maps six times or so before I could see where Mendocino was in relation to anywhere else I'd heard of! Just looking at a pic of Mendocino music festival 2007, it looks to be a nice old place. Waves rising ...you going surfing? xx
At 8:38am on March 28, 2010, Balder said…
Hi, Jane, welcome to the (temporary?) new home of IPS! Great to see you here.

Best wishes,

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