Finding Aztec Gold: A Gift to All Those Over Fifty And the Many Lives They Touch

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Henschel Haus Pub, 2005 - Nature - 152 pages
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Imagine "The Ya-Ya Sisterhood" meeting "The Celestine Prophesy," with a spoonful of "Chicken Soup for the Soul." That's "Finding Aztec Gold!" Journey with four "prime-time" women from Minnesota as they follow the annual migration of the Monarch butterflies to sunny Mexico. Amazing sites, wonderful insights and breathtaking adventures fill the two weeks they enjoy with their enlightened and wise guide, Manuel, who helps them discover the hidden mysteries of their own everyday lives.

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Known throughout the Midwest for her tireless creativity and enthusiasm, author Miki Banavige often appeared around her hometown of Minneapolis cooking up new creations. She is the well-known author of "Cooking is M.A.G.I.C (Making Any Groceries into Cuisine)" and "Hooked on Salmon." Miki is now ready to get out of the frying pan and into the fire of creative non-fiction.

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