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Someone asked the name of a town called El Toro. 

I thought of Walt Disneys’ Ferdinand the Bull, about a bull that enjoyed flowers. Next, I thought of Mexico, Texas, and Southern California. The opera Carmen came to mind. 

I remembered also the wedding of an acquaintance several years ago. She and her fiance found a production company staging weddings as Spanish bull fights in an arena where the bride and groom played the Queen and King of Spain.

I also remember that the United States Marine Corps Air Base in El Toro near Lake Forest, California is no longer open. However, many beautiful attractions exist there and over 56,000 Job Openings:  

 Top 10 Best Things to See in El Toro, California.


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