#0021 – Changing Course

In early April, I booked a one-way ticket to St. Thomas from Providence, Rhode Island in order to join my friend Captain Phillip Gutowski and his First Mate Lexi Ossinger on a sailing adventure from St. Thomas, through Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, up to Boston, with stops in Florida and New York City along the way.

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#0020 – Lifting The Veil

In early April, I booked a one-way ticket to St. Thomas from Providence, Rhode Island in order to join my friend Captain Phillip Gutowski and his First Mate Lexi Ossinger on a sailing adventure from St. Thomas, through Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, up to Boston, with stops in Florida and New York City along the way.

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#0019 – The Pirates of Culebrita

In early April, I booked a one-way ticket to St. Thomas from Providence, Rhode Island in order to join my friend Captain Phillip Gutowski and his First Mate Lexi Ossinger on a sailing adventure from St. Thomas, through Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, up to Boston, with stops in Florida and New York City along the way.

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#0018 – Don’t Fall Off The Boat

In early April, I booked a one-way ticket to St. Thomas from Providence, Rhode Island in order to join my friend Captain Phillip Gutowski and his First Mate Lexi Ossinger on a sailing adventure from St. Thomas, through Puerto Rico and the Bahamas, up to Boston, with stops in Florida and New York City along the way.

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#0017 – Fan Mail

When I reach out wide, spouting my truth from mountaintops and riversides, it is all done with the hope that you’ll hear the call and shout back.

Like TJ Moss did in this episode:

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#0016 – Trash Can Blues

I’m back, and I’ve missed you.

So much has happened in the space between now and the last episode, I added an explanation, as well as a bit of insight, a poem about driving fast at night, and the sounds from a jam session with a family band.

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#0015 – The State of My Union

Today’s media overruns us with blasts of negativity; the separateness of all things is what sells in our fear-based culture. For that reason, and in response to the recent State of the Union speech by our atrocious, horrible, detestable president, I offer you this lighter take on the world at large — by presenting the state of my union.

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#0014 – North Country Ramble (Big Bang in Reverse)

December ends with a bang and January enters with low light, emitting a hollow hum that reverberates through the cold stillness. By the time I get out of bed, dress in socks, shirt, and pants, I’m nearly spent. It’s a time of hibernation in the North Country, which is the reason why these rambles took so long to reach your waiting ears.

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#0013 – A Mammoth Task

For some, Christmas is a chance to spend money they don’t have in order to buy presents no one needs for people they’d rather not spend their precious vacation days seeing. For yours truly, it’s a time to cut out of work early, park inside my tiny Main Street apartment, crank the electric baseboard heaters, and do nothing at all.

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#0012 – Return to Self

Every year, when fall arrives, I mirror the arresting change from long, bright days into deep, black nights.

Existing on the edge of disappearance with my two dollar marble notebook, I find places beyond me that fit the way I think. Park benches take the place of friends. Beaches blanketed by blustery wind, speckled with only a handful of distant silhouettes, become the main boulevard. Somehow, in an all-too-busy life, there’s an abundance of time uncovered; each step forward holding a gentle sense of grace.

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