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Len Burton
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Len Burton

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Earth first we'll log the rest of the planets later Jan 24, 2017

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      Earth first we'll log the rest of the planets later
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Sidney
    Occupation:
    Retired
    I worked in Port Renfrew from 1964 to 1967. Set chokers and was a backrigger. I was a chaser,second loader and finished as landing man a combination of both jobs. I worked a few days on the old skidder,then moved onto #3 slackline skagit tower. Logged the top of Garbage creek,Harris Creek,Granite Creek,the old settings on the Burma Road. I logged thefirst cut on the Gordon River. Worked the early shifts i8n the summer aqnd up to my waist in the snow in winter. After I left Renfrew I worked for a short time at Rayoneer logging at Jordon River,Franklin River then Gold River. I quit logging then went to sea for the rest of my life. I started in the Canadian Coast Guard in Search and Rescue on the R Class Coast Guard cutters as an oiler in the engine room. Worked my way up through the ranks and finished as Senior Engineering Officer.

    Off roading & going to sea on my own large pleasure craft.I enjoy teaching Marine Navigation