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Surfing Sea Shaman

Here’s a timeless excerpt from Reid”s 1000 Days log, Day 415 Sea Shaman I live life dancing on the far extreme boundaries, in reverence and awe, feeling the magic of nature and its connection to the universe and all of…
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What’s in My Sea to Summit Toiletry Bag?

I love to travel. Unfortunately I don’t do it nearly as much as I’d like to, but when I do, I’ve found what works for me and what doesn’t. This hanging toiletry bag has been wonderful. It’s small, flexible, organized…
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Growing Sprouts: Jars vs. Trays

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  Sprouted nuts and seeds are a great addition to any diet. They are rich in vitamins and minerals and are easy to grow just about anywhere. The most important factors in growing sprouts are good drainage, air circulation, and…
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Living off the Grid| 1 Year || What I Learned

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This video goes into what I learned from living off the grid for a year and the fine balance between technology, social needs, and self-sufficiency. Can we be truly self-reliant and still enjoy the objects of the modern world?  

My Unconventional Relationship

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Many people have called my relationship unconventional. But what is conventional anyway? Is there even such a thing anymore in this day and age? Actually, yes. People still have the idea that “normal” is two people in a long-term committed…
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Living Aboard || Pros and Cons

Living Aboard

 

After We Arrived In Guyana

Guyana jungle

  When we sailed into the Demerara river of Guyana, it was with a broken rudder. Trying to dock using our makeshift rope system just barely worked. We were told to anchor “over there.” A customs agent motored over and…
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Remembering Our Voyage to Guyana

I was looking through some of our archived material and found a whole subject that really didn’t get as much attention as it deserved, namely our Voyage to Guyana. The 1000 Days Non-stop at Sea voyage was epic and can…
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Yab-Yum Couple in the Cosmic Wind

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When Soanya and I got to together we adopted the ancient image of the yab-yum couple as our symbol. We strove to remain united in cosmic bliss as we set out into the wild unknown. Adopting this way of life…
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We Sprouted Wild Rice and This is What Happened

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Written by Soanya Ahmad If you know anything about us, you know Reid and I love to sprout beans and seeds. We’ve sprouted everything from garbanzo and adzuki beans, to sunflower and winter wheat, to the standard mung, fenugreek, and…
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