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Monday, February 16, 2015

Superb footage of our British Columbia coast, before an M9+ Mega Quake and subsequent tsnami– 4:39 minutes

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Filmed in high definition. This is mostly not far from my home. The city scenes are of Vancouver.
Enjoy! Amazingly, it was warmer here in the Vancouver area today, than in New Orleans on the Gulf Coast! But when one is already in Paradise…!

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