Crossing - 12/25/03
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Posted: December 25, 2003
Crossing
December 25, 2003
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Unstuck - 12/18/03
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Posted: December 18, 2003
Unstuck
December 18, 2003
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The Wind Rocks The Willows December 15, 2003
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Posted: December 15, 2003
Dec 15, 2003
Robin’s Neck, Severn River, Mobjack Bay, Maryland
37° 19.193 North
076º 27.507 West
The Wind Rocks The Willows
By Bernadette Bernon
Ithaka pushed onward through the arteries of North Carolina’s Intracoastal waterway, past undulating corn stalks on one bank and fields of pink and white flowers on the other, here and there past folks’ yards and barns and inflatable wading pools and vegetable gardens and out-buildings – an intimate and endearing look at America through the keyhole of her back door. All along, as the miles drop ast...... Read More

Life In The Slow Lane - 12/11/03
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Posted: December 11, 2003
Life in the Slow Lane
December 11, 2003
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Its A Dirty Business - 12/4/03
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Posted: December 04, 2003
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December 4, 2003
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Toward A Great Date In Great Bridge December 1, 2003
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Posted: December 01, 2003
December 1, 2003
Great Bridge, Virginia
36º 43.238 N
076º 14.275 W
Toward A Great Date In Great Bridge
By Douglas Bernon
When we weighed anchor at the Isle of Hope, just shy of Savannah, Georgia, our ambition was to exit the Intracoastal Waterway, return to the deep waters of the Atlantic, grab our little piece of the Gulf Stream, and shoot north. We envisioned ourselves cantering along 50 to 75 miles offshore, blowing by the Carolinas all together, staying well east of the notoriously shallow and cantankerous waters off Cape Hatteras, and then entering the southern en...... Read More

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