Tag Archives: Ocean

Beneath the Surface

Dark edges of boards ripped from piers during a recent tropical storm rested vertically on the surface, the other end Read More →

Salt Report–Gulf Coast August 2011

As I was driving back from paddling the Gulf of Mexico and the Sound at Johnson Beach this morning, I Read More →

Revisiting the Gulf Coast

The longest I have been away from the Gulf Coast since the Gulf Oil Spill occurred in April 2010 has Read More →

Water Summer

From the cool, quiet streams of the Smoky Mountains to the salty Gulf Coast, water has been ever-present in my Read More →

Salt Water and Blue Sky–Balance

This past week I set an intention of reconnecting with the Gulf Coast by seeking the positive, the good, the Read More →

Toward an Open Dialogue

I sat in my car listening to rain pound the windows and roof. I was overlooking the Gulf of Mexico Read More →

Life After the Spill

A week ago I led a small group experience in Asheville. I showed an audio visual presentation of images from Read More →

Ballet of the Sea Turtles

Our group of seven submerged into the Blue Hole. White sand on the bottom illuminated the massive, silver tarpon hanging Read More →