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Roy speaks about the entrepreneur Albert Griffin and his many adventures. Most notably his time spent as a rum runner and bootlegger. Mr. Griffin travels to St. Pierre Miquelon several times for "hand brand" alcohol and other forms of drink. On one occasion his boat is impounded by the French authorities, and he rescues it from their docks. Mr. Clow then speaks of his own rum running adventures, nick names, his good friend Jack Westaway, and Jack's massive dog.
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Murray Harbour, PE; Souris, PE; Saint Pierre and Miquelon, FR
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