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Here were the clues from “Where in the World was Mrs. San Diego” for last month.

1. While Spanish is the official language, millions of highland Indians speak their native language of Aymara and Quechua.

2. More than 120 types of hummingbirds are in this country.

3. In the coastal desert, there are 2,000 year old drawings in sand. They are so large that you can only see them from a plane!

4. The most famous Inca Ruin, Machu Picchu, is over 8,000 feet high!

Now Listen in on the following conversation between Mrs. San Diego and Mr. Space Man where she revealed all...

Buenos dias mi amigos! It seems like a long time since we’ve been together. I’ve been taking a long walk down from MACHU PICCHU.

‘Gesundheit’ Mrs. San Diego.

That’s no sneeze Mr. Space Man. It’s the oldest Inca Ruins in the world. Do you know where that is?

I’ve been in the country of Peru. It’s on the southern coast of South America. Peru has coastal plains, the Andes mountains and on the eastern part of the country is the mighty Amazon River!

The two clever detectives who figured out the location were, Odessa Huebner and Damien Radke.


Westby Times editor

Dorothy Robson is editor of the Westby Times. Contact her at 608-637-5625.

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