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Gumboot Girls: Adventure, Love & Survival on the North Coast of British Columbia

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In the 1970s many women migrated west to the rugged north coast in search of adventure and love. Now the stories of 34 of those women have been compiled in a new book by Lou Allison and Jane Wilde. They spoke to Leisha Grebinski.

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