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October 18, 2022

Flows evolution over 11 – 12 years

Filed under: News — bob @ 1:17 pm

It’s been 12 years since I’ve posted here. Flows has evolved into an international project, including activities in Guatemala, near Lago Atitlán (deepest lake in Central America) and in Mexico, at University del San Luis Potosí. The Chesapeake Watershed is connected physically to these through migration of people and birds to and from those two regions. It is important for CHEARS to recognize our connections throughout the Americas, and throughout our planet Earth. As I have time, I will introduce you to some of these connections. You can read about one that our colleague Gaspar Yatez has been supporting here: https://atitlanabierta.com/es/

October 14, 2010

October Sunset Sailing Chincoteague Bay 2010

Filed under: News — bob @ 9:59 am

October Onboard 15' Norseboat @ Sunset Chincoteague

Went across the bay with Wolf and Jane in their 15′ Norseboat, and shot this photo on the return.  The lighweight Norseboat slides through the waves very nicely, and easily sails back into the shallow cove.

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