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Month: July 2011

How to Catch a Rat on a Small Island
July 14, 2011
Cayman Islands, Hydrosphere, Stories
R.I.P. dear Ann. This is a story from long, long ago, the way I remember it - may everyone forgive me if the years have polished it a bit... Ann lived in the green beach...
Strange Brooklyn Shores
July 11, 2011
New York, Photoblogs
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...
When it Pours, it Rained
July 9, 2011
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...
R.I.P. Xavier
July 7, 2011
Airborne, Schtroumpfissime
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...
Exploring the Pennsylvania Woods
July 6, 2011
New York, On the road, Photoblogs
When possible, escaping the city for a few days is revitalizing, as in "vital". It restores perspective and calms nerves down. Having graciously been invited to do just that, we...
Coming Soon: A Weekend in the Woods
July 4, 2011
New York, On the road
Away from the city for the 4th of July weekend, we took to the Pennsylvania woods with friends, looked for mushrooms, tracked down an elusive orange salamander, swam in a...