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Why These Retirees Left The States To Become Coffee Farmers In Panama

By Linda Card, "People find Panama surprising," says Marianne Tobin, 76, of the country where she now spends much of her time. "Many think only of the canal zone or the beautiful tropical areas. They have no idea that Panama has pine trees and meadows reminiscent of Switzerland." Children Cycling in Santa Fe, Panama For Marianne and her son Jeff Owens, Panama had more than pine trees and meadows in store.
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