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Gather Ye Lobsters While Ye May

17 Mar 20167:38 PM

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By Sue Cocking, Guy Harvey Outpost Travel Journalist

Pro team Member

Sue Cocking, Guy Harvey Outpost Travel Journalist
Sue Cocking chronicles the Guy Harvey Outpost travel and adventure experience in regular blog posts on GuyHarveyOutpostNews.com.

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