Local view: Living in Duluth like living after earthquake
It’s 1991 and I’m in Limon, Costa Rica, teaching English as a second language at a church school. It’s a weekend and I am taking a rest when suddenly I’m tossed off the bed. I don’t know what’s happening, but I feel I must get out of the building, and I run. As I leave the house, I’m once again knocked down. I come out on the road and look across at the jungle. Nothing makes sense.
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