Tuesday, April 9, 2013

And Then Some News

The first paragraph of the second essay on "The Falkland Islands: Gypsy Cove (cont.) and Stanley" reads as follows:

After walking up the pathway past Gypsy Cove and Yorke Bay, you turn a bit inland and up a small prominence where there is a World War II gun that was used to defend Port William (where our ship is currently anchored), the outer harbor on the approach to Stanley.

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