People of Atwater Village: Pedro Piñedo Gallegos | KCET
People of Atwater Village: Pedro Piñedo Gallegos
Soy de Zacatecas. Yo trabajo, hago yardas. Yo no he dejado de trabajar. Estoy retirado desde hace doce años. Yo me retiré de sesenta y dos años. Ya no manejo. Ya tengo diez años que no. Yo voy hasta la San Fernando a la marketa y hago ejercicio ahi en la subida y ahorita voy hacer ejercicio aquí e ya me voy a misa ahí en la trinity.
I'm from Zacatecas. I work doing yards. I haven't stopped working. I've been retired for 12 years. I retired at 72. I don't drive anymore. I haven't for about 10 years. I go to the store on San Fernando and I exercise on the way up. Right now I'm on my way to exercise and then I'm going to mass at Trinity.
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