Rancho Santa Anna is located at a cross roads, at the restaurant they were very friendly and Maria Isabel posed for the picture in the gallery. Bob Freund 8/10/2004 for more information contact: info@mexicantextiles.com
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Comal with tortillas and snack made from corn maza and frijol.
Other handicrafts in the area include clay and lots of rocking chairs made from cedar.
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This variation was not visible in the towns I visited. However I suspect that it might be a slip. The machine design on the bottom on the dress was visible on some blouses.

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