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Sad News

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I just received an email from the folks at Nisbet:

"It is with great sadness that I write to you today as we have learned that resident biologist and dear friend Jim Johnson of Walk Nevis has passed away unexpectedly.

Jim was very well respected by everyone who knew him. In addition to leading the rainforest walks, Mount Nevis hikes and nature excursions, Jim also conducted numerous scientific research activities on the island.

For the many of you who had opportunity to meet Jim, you know what a joy he was to be around and what a unique personality he had. He shared his love for the island of Nevis with every guest he encountered, and truly cared about making our guests' vacations memorable."

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