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Riverport, Nova Scotia, Canada: Felling a Tree
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Felling a Tree behind dwelling in Riverport, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Riverport is a small community at the mouth of the LaHave River on Nova Scotia's South Shore.

Copyright: Peter pook
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Uploaded: 22/06/2010
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