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In Paraguay, the Peace Corp worked with a local youth group Jóvenes por Paraguay and Scott's book "Cayendo Hacia Arriba" to help teach kids how to dream.

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Scott’s Amazon Affiliate program

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Tailwinds,
Scott

A bicycle on top of the world. Well, relatively speaking if you live in the Southern Hemisphere. This is Scott Stoll's variation of a Japanese hanko seal that artists use to stamp their art.
Scott’s logo. A bicycle on top of the world. Well, relatively speaking if you live in the Southern Hemisphere. This is Scott Stoll’s variation of a Japanese Hanko seal that artists use to stamp their art.
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