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A Visit to Grytviken, South Georgia

The island of South Georgia was first discovered in 1675. It was named Roche after Anthony de la Roché, the ship’s commander who found the island. In 1775 Captain Cook made the first landing, renamed the island after King George III, and it subsequently became a British territory. The first whaling station was founded in Grytviken in 1904 by Norwegian Carl Anton Larsen. Grytviken was one of...

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Renee’s Mates Celebration Giveaway #romance #giveaway

Renee's Mates, the third book of my Churchill Polar Bears series is out today, and I'm having an end of year giveaway to celebrate. The prize: A New Zealand T-shirt Decadent Whittaker’s Chocolate from New Zealand A leather keyring from Italy A New Zealand plush kiwi A...

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