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New Brunswick, Grand Manan, On Ferry Leaving
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Leaving Grand Manan on the ferry back to Blacks Harbour.

Copyright: Jim watters
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Uploadet: 05/07/2012
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Tags: new brunswick; grand manan; ferry; sawpit cove; north head
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