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    Question - "What does having a dream mean to you?"
    Answer - "A dream is a goal glimmering in the distance; it is an inner calling which, when accomplished,
    serves as the rite of passage into wisdom." Erden Eruç - Sep 17, 2004
     

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    I was down to 2 quarts of water!    November 7, 2007 - Day 121
    The last 4-5 days have been sunny, and finally the cabin is dry, the batteries are recharging, and I don't dread stepping outside. I am south of the Inter-Tropical Convergence Zone (ITCZ) now, an

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    November wind charts...    November 5, 2007 - Day 119
    Thanks to the work by thirty-six 8th grade students at the Orrville Middle School in Orrville, Ohio, I now have the November QuikSCAT average wind charts for the ocean surface area between 5S-10N and

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    Shearwater, or not?    November 4, 2007 - Day 118
    On my last dispatch, I posted that a shearwater had befriended my boat, landing repeatedly on my starboard side to pick the bait fish. I am reminded that shearwater have a short black hooked beak, wh

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    Making friends on the way to the Equator...    November 2, 2007 - Day 116
    As of yesterday, the trip odometer on my chartplotter indicated that my boat had meandered past 4,000 nautical miles. I have 3,593 nm as the crow flies to reach Mooloolaba, and I am located 2,589 nm

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    Part 2 - Long road toward the educational mission...    October 30, 2007 - Day 113
    Christopher Beer gave me the best advice on that first day that I met him: "surround yourself with good people and the dream w

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    Part 1 - Long road toward the educational mission...    October 28, 2007 - Day 111
    I remember being bored in class when I was little, especially when the learning seemed to require memorization. History classes only peaked my interest if they talked about the people and their relat

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    Moving two steps forward, one step back...    October 24, 2007 - Day 107
    The condition of my neck is improving. The symptoms are reduced to a spot of dull burning ache right on my cervical spine, which sometimes gets worse and feels bigger than it is. The soft collar neck

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    Rowing in a grey fish bowl...    October 22, 2007 - Day 105
    Saturday was a very unique day, which delivered the most serious weather to me on this crossing. I woke up that morning at day break, to do a conference call with the elementary school students at th

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