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  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

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  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

  • There is a wild vine that grows here and the locals call it "calabasa de burro" Its blossoms look like squash blossoms and its fruit is about the size of a tennis ball (or a little larger).

    soap

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