Ship’s Blog

  • An exercise in patience- by Mitch McLean

    Editor’s Note: Due to a lack of internet connection on our sail through Lake Erie, we have a bit of  a back-log of blogs! In the next couple days, the rest of the Young Adventurer’s program blogs will be posted. Today’s blog reflects what the […]

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  • Blogger of the Day-Hannah Barnard

    One Water Story Blog Young Adventurer’s Sailing Expedition Crew Size: 7 Blogger of the Day- Hannah Barnard (“Barnyard”) Editor’s Note: From the moment we recieved word that Hannah would be joining us for this leg of the Young Adventurer’s program, we knew she was going […]

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  • Salty Skin in Fresh Water

    I took a splash of water to the face today on the bow when bringing in the manta trawl.   I licked my lips and the water was…fresh?  My clothes get wet and dry without the outline of the salt spot.  All the polish and rust […]

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  • First blog of the Young Adventurer’s Expedition!

    July 21, 2013 Young Adventurer’s Expedition Crew Size: 7 Blogger of the Day: Jacob Doyle The Young Adventurer’s Adventure sail has finally begun! The crew has all been really excited for this leg of the journey. For Asta and Mitch, this program is an opportunity […]

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  • The Day the World Tilted- by Andrea Martinez.

    Editor’s Note: Andy joined us last week for our Freshwater Research and Scientific Communications course. In the rush of the final days of the course, she didn’t have a chance to complete her blog in time to be published during her sail. However, I thought […]

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  • First Impressions-A blog from Deckhand Mitch McLean

    Blogger of the Day- Mitch McLean Mitch joined the Pangaea crew in June and eased himself quickly into becoming a trusty deckhand and  educational programming assistant. Lovingly known to us as “Miatch” and “Mitch Cut-a-bunch”,  Mitch came to us from Portland Oregon, where he recently […]

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  • Blogger of the Day-Alysse Mathalon

    Montreal-Toronto Expedition Freshwater Research and Scientific Communications Course Crew size: 14 Blogger of the Day- Alysse Mathalon- BSc. Marine Biology and Oceanography, Dalhousie University I ship you not- yesterday morning we awoke to a beautiful, calm day amongst the Thousand Islands, but inside our seaworthy […]

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  • Blogger of the Day-Jimmy Truong, MSc Candidate/ Tough Tree Planter!

    Montreal-Toronto Expedition Freshwater Research and Scientific Communications Course Crew size: 14 Blogger of the Day: Jimmy Truong MSc candidate and intrepid Tree Planter Extroardinaire Jimmy Truong  joined us on board last Saturday, only 4 days after he returned from 2 months tree planting in Northeastern […]

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  • Eternity Escaped First- A blog from Hannes Bend

    Montreal to Toronto Expedition Freshwater Research and Scientific Communication Course Crew Size: 14 Blogger of the Day: Hannes Bend-  Artist, Curator and Writer Hannes Bend, a German artist, curator and writer, is developing an art project in conjunction with Pangaea Explorations. He has joined us […]

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  • Captain’s Blog-July 7, 2013

    One Water Story Blog Crew: Eric Loss, Shanley McEntee, Asta Mail, Kate Gardella, Mitch McLean, Margaret Pietrak Blog Written By: Eric Loss I came on deck this morning at 4 AM to a bitter cold, with drops of moisture sprinkling from the sky and the […]

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