Greater Duty of Care-Navigation as a primary skill

So as it turns out that navigation stuff is quite useful. Johnathan Walpole, a BCU coach from Oregon, posted something quite interesting in the mile-long thread on the Netart’s Bay

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Bio-luminescent waves in Southern California

One of my google alerts caught my eye. Most of the time it is SPAM, but this actually hit the cool meter. Bio luminescent waves in Southern California. Cool Man!

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Finished the Patrick O’Brian Aubrey Maturin Series

For those that don’t know Patrick O’Brian’s works, and who may not have read my other posts on Aubrey/Maturin, I will quickly summarize. Patrick O’Brian over the course of several

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Los Angeles Times Altered Oceans Flash Usability

It doesn’t happen very often, but I thought I might like to write about a good Flash experience lest I be labeled a Luddite. Derrick Mayoleth’s blog listed this LA

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Leave her Johnny Leave Her

??”Rotten meat and a weevily bread leave her johnny, leave her, pump or drown the old man says, it’s time for us to leave, her. The voyage is done and

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Nestor

When I first got into kayaking I was thrown by how young I was compared to everyone else. I am still a young pup compared to the average age of

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The thinning of the blood

In the icelandic sagas, the characters have particular concern for the thinning of the blood from their fathers. Sons tried to measure up to fathers. And it was considered very

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The Inner Jack Aubrey

I’ve been reading the Patrick O’Brian Aubrey/Maturin series, of the _Master and Commander Far Side of the World_ movie fame. I can truthfully say I like the movie. Though the

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