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Red, Right, Returning

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Last week Ben and I welcomed two friends aboard Elizabeth for an afternoon sail. It was the first sail of this season, and we were excited to dust off the cobwebs. We headed out into the bay, hoisted the sails, and set a course for the opposite shore. The chilly air was reminiscent of a summer day in Newfoundland, and …

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99th Anniversary of the Titanic Tragedy

Teresa Carey One Simple Question Movie, Words 6 Comments

In the Oceanography course I teach at a high school we are studying the development of echo sounders and their influence on bathymetry and the charting of the seafloor. Believe it or not, the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic was very instrumental in stimulating research that developed technology for more rapid mapping of the seafloor. It was called an …

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Meet-Up Held at Leeward Market in Annapolis

Teresa Carey One Simple Question Movie, Press 10 Comments

by Donna Whicher, Annapolis Patch People who have epiphanies often do so via stories, and not long ago those stories were often found in books. Nowadays, narratives that change people’s lives are just as frequently found on the Internet. So it went for Annapolis resident Merry O’Brien, who stumbled on the blog “Teresa Carey’s Sailing, Simplicity and the Pursuit of Happiness,” which …

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Liveaboard Life: Minimalism in a Tiny Home at Sea

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The following video was made by Kirsten from Fair Companies. Kirsten contacted me because she is currently interested in how and why people live in small spaces. Daphne surely is a small home. Fair Companies is a vlog centered around sustainable culture. It’s full of interesting videos! Thank you, Kirsten, for making this video that is a glimpse into my world.