A Fish Story - 2/25/02
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Posted: February 25, 2002
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Life On The Hard - February 15, 2002
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Posted: February 15, 2002
Life On The Hard
French Harbor, Roatán, Honduras, CA 16o 21.245 North 86o 26.593 West
Feb 15, 2002

By Bernadette Bernon
Dear Readers,
There are a couple of changes in the works. We’ve been invited to write the Log of Ithaka for the back page of Cruising World every month, in the space where Off Watch has been. We’re excited about this new assignment and invite your thoughts for future columns.
(Regular readers of Off Watch, don’t worry. Starting in April, the column will appear in the front of the magazine, in the section that includes People & Food and Pas...... Read More

A Valentine Passage - 2/14/02
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Posted: February 14, 2002
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A Salty Commute - 2/7/02
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Posted: February 07, 2002
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Playing Ball with the Mayans - February 1, 2002
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Posted: February 01, 2002
Playing Ball with the Mayans
Copán Ruinas, Honduras, C.A.
Feb 1, 2002
By Copán Ruinas, Honduras, C.A.

It’s eye-opening to wander among ancient ruins about which there’s more conjecture than understanding—a reminder that hindsight and insight don’t necessarily stroll hand-in-hand. All the Mayan ruins are like that: great architecture, sophisticated astronomy, and magnificent sculpture. But because we lack the equivalent of a Rosetta Stone to interpret their hieroglyphs, we’re just a bunch of wild-stabbing theorists when we try to figure out what...... Read More

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