Strange Brooklyn Shores

Blessed with an exceptional 578 miles of shoreline – a good portion of which is in Brooklyn – New York City is a gigantic hydropolis. Lifeguard rescue boat on the ‘People’s Beach’, Jacob Riis Park In the southeast, similar to the barrier islands that protect Long Island’s eastern shore, a narrow sandy peninsula called the…

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When it Pours, it Rained

Friends are precious. Why do we wait until it’s too late to tell our friends how much we love them? Why do we find ourselves with our back against a sadness wall, reflecting with other friends on how wonderful the missing one was, unable to change the fact that it’s too late to say it…

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R.I.P. Xavier

The paragliding community just lost a good man. Xavier Murillo, a well-known French paraglider and author, had been missing in the Andes after a July 1st flight. His body was found today high on the slopes of Huascarán. Xavier Murillo – Photo: James ‘Kiwi’ Johnson In such a time of sadness, it is comforting to…

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