Bearings [North] from Salomon TV

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If pointed in the right direction, all compass’s end up setting the same bearing. The great north may seem daunting at first sight, but if enough time is spent in it’s company, the vastness and magnitude sets in and it gives to those who dare it a half sens of comfort. This is Bearings [North]

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