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PROPERTY SITUATE @ LOT 4 STORE BAY LOCAL ROAD,
BON ACCORD, TOBAGO
SALE FOR: TUESDAY 2011 AUGUST, 2015
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby give that by the order
of RBC Royal Bank (Trinidad & Tobago) Limited of
Royal Court, #19 - 21 Park Street, in the City of Port-
of-Spain and in exercise of the Power of Sale con-
ferred on mortgages by the Conveyancing and Law of
Property Act Ch. 56:01 and contained in Memorandum
of Mortgage dated June 30, 2006 registered as
Instrument No. 91 in Volume 4850 Folio 505 made by
ROVANEL'S RESORT LIMITED in favour of RBC
ROYAL BANK (TRINIDAD & TOBAGO) LIMITED
(formerly RBTT Bank Limited) there will be put up for
sale by Public Auction by the undersigned at the
Auction Mart at LP #161, Eastern Main Road, Petit
Bourg, San Juan between the hours of 10.00 a.m and
THE SCHEDULE HEREIN REFERRED TO:
ALL THAT piece or land situate in the Parish of St.
Patrick, in the Island of Tobago, comprising ONE
POINT SIX FOUR ONE FOUR HECTARES be the
same more or less delineated and coloured pink in the
plan registered in Volume 3769 Folio 257 being portion
of the lands described in Certificate of Title in Volume
239 Folio 429 and also described in the Certificate of
Title in Volume 3768 Folio 327 and shown as Lot 4 in
the General Plan filed in Volume 3769 Folio 245 and
now described in Certificate of Title in Volume 3769
Folio 273 and bounded on the North by Store Bay
Local Road on the South by Buffer Road Reserve on
Dated this 7th day of August, 201.5
Peter Soon & Co. Ltd
The property above-mentioned will be sold as is where
is subject to all outstanding rates taxes and assess-
ments due thereon as at the time of sale.
My phone rings and the name that shows up is
"Linda B"---the woman about whom I wrote last
week, who had told me of The Golden Key, a simple,
alternative faith-based technique used to achieve
positive outcomes in challenging situations.
"We found a baby mot mot and don t know what
to do with him," she tells me. "And your name came
first to mind!"
(As I write this, I m thinking that, knowing Linda
B, my name had come to her as a solution after she
had Golden Keyed the situation).
When I arrive at her house to see the bird, she
tells me that she was reading my Golden Key article
online and noticed that some people had left com-
ments, which she would love to answer but, not
being "computer savvy," didn t know how.
Comments/questions range from: If I knew what
the Golden Key was, I would probably understand
it to Can we use the Golden Key on the current
"Of course," Linda B says, confidently. "The Golden
Key works on everything! No matter how big or
small, asking for help and believing that it shall be
done, will yield a positive outcome."
We chat for a long time as the baby mot mot sits
calmly on my finger. He is uninjured but cannot yet
fly and Linda B is concerned that neighbourhood
cats may get him.
Back at home, the mot mot, Angel, does not eat
or drink. He simply perches quietly on my finger.
At night I place him in a dog crate containing a
small box stuffed with a nest of fabric. I call Detta
Buch of Wildlife Orphanage and Rehabilitation Centre
(WORC) in Trinidad to let her know that a couple
found and gave me a mot mot.
Her advice is firm: "Please. Let everyone know---
never pick up a baby bird if it s not injured. Its parents
are most likely around, teaching it to fly."
Another friend says via email: "We had a young
mot mot once and the Agriculture people said they
die if you can t get them back to the nest."
Concerned, I check on Angel and unsuccessfully
try feeding him raw chicken, as advised by Detta. I
feel him weakening. Is it sleepiness or gradual demise?
I call to update Linda B, saying that I must bring
Angel early in the morning so that he will be close
to "home ." At best, his parents will find and feed him.
"I hope we ve done no harm," Linda B says.
We agree to Golden Key him.
I call Linda B at 5.30 am to inform that Angel is
"Girl," she says, "I was Golden Keying him all
As I drive to her house with Angel perched on my
finger, I feel his energy shift and become stronger
as we draw closer. It s as if he instinctively knows
he is going "home."
Linda B accompanies me to the empty lot next
A mot mot tale
door to her house where mot mots occupy holes in
a sheer earth face. Soft noises of an adult mot mot
emanate from one hole. I place Angel nearby.
Across the street, two adult mot mots wait on a
wire, one with food in its beak---a great sign. They
know he is back.
Thirty minutes later, Linda B and I check and see
two mot mots keeping watch on the ground, near
where we had left Angel.
"It worked out so well!" I say.
"Of course! Golden Key always works," Linda B
(You can Google 'Golden Key---Emmett Fox' to
find out more on how to use it).
"Please. Let everyone know---never pick up a baby
bird if it's not injured. Its parents are most likely
around, teaching it to fly" ---Detta Buch of Wildlife
Orphanage and Rehabilitation Centre (WORC)
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