Presentation on Vanuatu at the April 2013 Washington D.C. Meeting

First row: Hunter Houle, Carla Meisenger, Dr. Lew Toulmin, Ray Olson; second row: Jeff Houle, Bill Ashley, Mark Pross, Brenda Yager, Susan Dailey, Susan Toulmin, Norman Dailey, Boo Law, Joe Komisar and Michael Lamm
The April 2013 Washington D.C. gathering. First row: Hunter Houle, Carla Meisenger, Dr. Lew Toulmin, Ray Olson; second row: Jeff Houle, Bill Ashley, Mark Pross, Brenda Yager, Susan Dailey, Susan Toulmin, Norman Dailey, Boo Law, Joe Komisar and Michael Lamm
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Dr. Lew Toulmin

The Washington, D.C. TCC Chapter held a meeting on Saturday, April 6, at J. Gilbert’s restaurant in McLean, Virginia. Member Dr. Lew Toulmin described his ongoing expedition to Ambae in Vanuatu (ex-New Hebrides), the inspiration for James Michener’s “Bali-ha’i” in South Pacific. There he is documenting World War II plane wrecks, bizarre cultural practices, and the threat from Mount Manaro, one of the ten most dangerous volcanos in the world.

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