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    The Journal of Leroy E. Grey 102

    February 1976: Because we could not find a place to move to, we justify disobeying God’s clear guidance to stay in Newfoundland and take a non-paying position as caretaker of a British Columbia farm.

    The Journal of Leroy E. Grey 101

    January 3, 1976 (3rd post): The fisherman of Pouch Cove share some of the history of fishing nad seal hunting in Newfoundland.

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    January 3, 1976 (2nd post) [Nov. 10 tweets 2255-2265 were a mistaken duplicate of Nov. 9 tweets 2241-2254 ]: On my lunch break I go to the ocean and experience the raw fury of it’s breaking waves.

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    January 3, 1976: Working with Pouch Cove Fisherman logging; I walk to work through a blizzard and find out it’s just another work day.

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    November 30, 1975 Sunday: Back in Newfoundland after our legal marriage, Cindy and I are enjoying Christian education meetings at the Salvation Army temple.

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    October 22, 1975: Cindy and I and our newborn hitchike across Newfoundland to Bear River, Nova Scotia, to visit with the Watermans and get married legally.

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    October 11, 1975 (10th post): Final recounting of our history since arriving in Newfoundland.

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    October 11, 1975 (9th post): Recounting the history of our arrival in Newfoundland (continued).

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    October 11, 1975 (8th post): Recounting the history of our arrival to Newfoundland.

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    October 11, 1975 (7th post): Backtracking, I summarize the events leading up to the rental of the cabin where we are now living and Cindy gave birth to Zoe.