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 12 años. Yo me retiré de 72 años. Ya no manejo. Ya tengo 10 años que no. Yo voy hasta la San Fernando a la marketa y hago ejercicio ahí en la subida y ahorita voy a hacer ejercicio aquí y 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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