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My 2011, more than just another year.

“Sometimes there’s airplanes I can’ t jump out Sometimes there’s bullshit that don’t work now We are god of stories but please tell me What there is to complain about” – OneRepublic, Good Life 2011 has been a year that… Continue Reading →

City Driving ≠ Fun (Day Two)

After an exhausting search for parking the night before, I had to return the car by noon before boarding the bus to New York City.  Also, part of the deal that I struck for the parking spot the night before… Continue Reading →

City Driving ≠ Fun (Day One)

While it was necessary to get to Mystery Hill, and enjoyable to get on the road in a car after travelling around in pretty much every other way in the last month (plane, boat, train, metro, etc.) the car quickly… Continue Reading →

Visiting the Peace Corp

“Life in the Peace Corps will not be easy. There will be no salary and allowances will be at a level sufficient only to maintain health and meet basic needs. Men and women will be expected to work and live… Continue Reading →

Hub of the Universe: Boston, Massachusetts

“Boston . . . is often called the “hub of the world,” since it has been source and fountain of the ideas that have reared and made America.” -F.B. Zinckle Where do I start with Boston? My sister called me… Continue Reading →

The Unknown Road

“Knowledge is an unending adventure on the edge of uncertainty.” -Jacob Bronowski After a fairly uneventful night wandering through downtown Gloucester, and passing the Gorton’s Fish Headquarters (Woohoo! Fishsticks!) I checked out of the Crow’s Nest and spent the morning… Continue Reading →

My Landfall in Gloucester, Massachusetts

Upon docking in the shipyard in Gloucester in the morning, the Wanderbird crew was given the day to explore the town after a few chores, like spraying off the deck, reattaching the water, etc.  During this, the captains had heard… Continue Reading →

Life at Sea; Culebra to Massachusetts Aboard the Wanderbird

“Man cannot discover new oceans unless he has the courage to lose sight of the shore.” – Andre Gide Life at sea.  Like me, I’m sure everyone has his or her own romanticized notions of it.  Maybe it’s the adventure… Continue Reading →

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