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Two Businesses, Three Podcasts, Two Bands–Super Dave Hamilton

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Release Date: 01/15/2019

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In this episode I speak with Gretchen Bell. She and her husband are doing a second act in their career as expats in Loreto, Mexico. Their venture involves real estate and a wine bar. We talk about the wanderlust idea that took them from California to Mexico, working with local artisans and the careful planning of a seasonal business. 

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