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Eat, Sleep and Paddle (2)

Found a couple more videos we haven’t shared yet.  One of some of the amazing wildlife we saw along the way (forgive us – David Attenborough we are not), and another to counter the perception you may have got from our Eat, Sleep and Paddle video that it was Caribbean sunshine all the way round! 241 more words

Paddle Trips

Life in San Blas

We were thinking of moving to one of the nice reef areas, about 15 miles east. But first Tim suggested that we visit the island/town behind us. 822 more words

BPO

Circumnavigation - Who's Done It?

Dov and I are not nearly the first people to travel all the way around the globe.  Hundreds and hundreds of sea hardy cruisers have been making the trip both as professionals and for strictly recreational reasons.   833 more words

Sailing

Baking Bread...? Part 2

(Continued from Part 1)

I’m hungry, so I investigate what we have left in the snack locker. Seeing no cashews or Snickers bars, I choose Saltines and peanut butter. 454 more words

BPO Part I

A Day of Inspiration

I’ve been taking a picture at 10:26 a.m. every day this year. It started with me “noticing” my birthday (October 26) in digital clock form when I’d check the time around October of my birth last year. 394 more words

Circumnavigation

January 25, 1890: I'd Like To Get You on a Slow Boat to China

On the morning of November 14, 1889, a reporter for the New York World boarded a steamer and headed across the Atlantic, embarking on a journey of nearly 25,000 miles. 373 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Circumnavigation

“I resolve to circumnavigate the world.”

I’ve packed a lot into that resolution, a trite observation given it’s literal scale. But there are also some traditional self-help aspects that are folded in, as well as why I’m writing about it here on this blog. 254 more words

Circumnavigation