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Recently went to Samoa and climbed the hill where RLS and Fanny are buried and placed a few flowers on their grave. His house is bottom of hill and still in use today, unlike the "Equator" mentioned above.
 

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As you say this is a fascinating but sad story. It would be great if all these historical vessels could be preserved but, sadly, few will. I am beginning to think it would be better just to let them go and keep their memories alive in some other way reather than watch them just rot away like this.

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