Retired to Mazatlán in '97. Bought my own home in a lower middle class Mexican neighborhood. Have a small business, Mazatlán Book & Coffee Company, to keep me on my toes where I hire Mexican help and pay Mexican taxes and hope I break even. Met a Mexican lady (beautiful!), got married, adopted her four kids (how's that for starting over?) and became a Mexican citizen. I've now started a new business, Editorial Mazatlán (in English: Mazatlan Publishing) where I edit and publish GOOD books in English about subjects of interest to gringos visiting or living in México. Just published a wonderful new history of México, Richard Grabman's Gods, Gachupines and Gringos: A People's History of Mexico.
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