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    Al of Rancho Santa Clara wrote: The settlement, five weeks ago, of a long-standing land dispute has turned out to be a double blessing. It ended that nerve-racking episode and now, by focusing our attention of restoring the damage left behind, also has taken our minds away from the ongoing pandemic crisis here, and the other bad news from north of the border.

    Just cleaning up the damage left behind—removing piles of rocks and rubble, tumbled-down fences and filling in open ditches—took the better part of a week, three guys and a backhoe.

    Just watching the work infuriated me: It reminded me of the extortion, harassment and intimidation we endured for two and a half years, including the other guy building a stone barrier across our entrance that for a week, forced us to enter and exit our ranch through a neighbor's property. ...

    There is more from Al at Life at Rancho Santa Clara: Reclaiming a piece of land and some peace of mind. More #RanchoSantaClara.

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