8849Re: [CostaRicaLiving] (unknown)
- Apr 9, 2002Great feedback! I have had the opportunity to discuss the matter with
several people on that coast since we will be there next month and they have
voiced that same thing-that it is the locals whose livlihoods and quality of
life is/are threatened, coming together to form a 40 group coalition that is
meeting with some success to fight this thing. I think this discussion is
great, by the way. A few people have gotton a bit "hot", myself included,
but isn't that what life is really all about? Karen
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Sent: Tuesday, April 09, 2002 4:06 PM
Subject: [CostaRicaLiving] (unknown)
> This from a frequent reader,seldom writer.
> My husband and I recently spent a month on the
> Talamanca coast.No,we're neither rich nor retired,we
> scrimp and save all year and travel "poor".Anyway,the
> entire coast is blaanketed with"No a la
> petrolera"signs,banners and plackards.The people there
> are the ones fighting the exploration,as well as those
> of us around the world who care about saving places of
> beauty.Anyone from the Limon coast reading this list?
> Anything to add?
> Lyn,on the beautiful but cold coast of Oregon
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