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Richard Waldron - 1000 miles up the Amazon

The SS Dunstan on whom I served as Third Mate for one last trip up the Amazon to Manaus.

Then, after many adventures, including being locked up in Caracas on a drunken brawl, I left the sea and did my own thing, attending Art School and developing a career as a typographer/graphic designer/lecturer/magazine art editor, and NOW international award winning fine artist at www.richardwaldron-art.org

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