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Steve Scribner

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The arch at Secret Beach, Dominica Kayaking Adventure to Secret Beach with Shanti yesterday!! 10 foot waves!!!! This place was amazing! We felt like rock stars when we made it back!!!

The arch at Secret Beach, Dominica Kayaking Adventure to Secret Beach with Shanti yesterday!! 10 foot waves!!!! This place was amazing! We felt like rock stars when we made it back!!!

Tortola - Virgin Gorda-anchored in this bay for the day to swim and explore when chartering a catamaran for 10 days of sailing the US & British Virgin Islands with good friends of ours.

Tortola - Virgin Gorda-anchored in this bay for the day to swim and explore when chartering a catamaran for 10 days of sailing the US & British Virgin Islands with good friends of ours.

Niagra Falls, Canada  (Went there accidentally when we went over the wrong "Bridge to the U.S."  I wondered what everyone was looking at over the wall as I was heading for the duty-free shop.  Imagine my surprise!)

Niagra Falls, Canada (Went there accidentally when we went over the wrong "Bridge to the U.S." I wondered what everyone was looking at over the wall as I was heading for the duty-free shop. Imagine my surprise!)

In 1949, the town of Asbestos, Quebec was rocked by one of the fiercest labour disputes in the province’s history. Nearly 2000 workers at the Jeffrey Mine – which produced chrysotile, the most common form of asbestos – went on strike to demand higher wages and better working conditions from the Johns Manville Corporation. At the time, “asbestos dust was as omnipresent in the air as the air itself” as the journalists John Grey and Stephanie Nolen put it in the Globe and Mail...

In 1949, the town of Asbestos, Quebec was rocked by one of the fiercest labour disputes in the province’s history. Nearly 2000 workers at the Jeffrey Mine – which produced chrysotile, the most common form of asbestos – went on strike to demand higher wages and better working conditions from the Johns Manville Corporation. At the time, “asbestos dust was as omnipresent in the air as the air itself” as the journalists John Grey and Stephanie Nolen put it in the Globe and Mail...

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