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On Saturday, December 21, I decided to go to the mountain house to harvest lemons. They are in season and the day was sunny and 30 degrees Celsius. So it was perfect for the 200 mile round trip. A perfect ride and a good collection of lemons. Upon returning, entering the city, three miles from the house, it rained and soaked me. These are the last rains of the rainy season. I share the picture.
Greetings from Panama.
 

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When life gives one lemons, one should make Lemonade! And they look to be large lemons. :)
 

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Maverik 9611, In Panama we use the US dollar since 1845 when the California gold rush started. Panama was a route to go from the east to the American west. First on foot and in canoes along the Chagres river, then by rail. We also have our Balboa currency, but only coins are minted, not paper money. The paper money we use is US $. The Balboa has the same nominal value as the US $

A bag of lemons like the one I carry on the motorcycle is worth approximately US $ 10.00
 
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