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Two moderators in T-Bay!

That's the sleeping giant in the background, if you look past the cannon. :-)

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Comment by Jacqui Strachan on November 20, 2012 at 11:34am
Sheila and I hanging out in beautiful Thunder Bay last week. So great to connect F2F!

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