He's diligent and a careful craftsman who has done a good job to make a building nice to look at and to contribute to making the city nicer to live in.
Right across the street from his latest work is a bookstore catering to the city's high intellectuals, books from Europe on subjects of interest to the highly educated and (one must assume) highly intelligent. Just down the street is the Dawn on the Amazon Cafe where the local expats sit and talk and make sense. It's as good or better conversation than one would find most places in the Modern world, my great luck in Canada being so exceptional that I doubt I can ever repeat meeting such folks as I did there, though I will hope. But this city is hardly remote from the good that is an active life of community members working to make small things into a good city. Oswald does his part. The city today is a bit more colourful and a bit prettier, and someone who owns a business here is probably pretty well pleased with it all.
Oswaldo Crusalegui Diaz
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(She/Ka/Os being the first parts of his wife's, daughter's, and Oswald's names.)
A gentle reminder that my book, An Occasional Walker, is available at the link here:
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And here are some reviews and comments on said book: