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  • Working for my children...

    Blogpost by nicole - July 13, 2006 at 3:59

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner George, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Today is the patron feast day of St. Paul Island. The island was named after and in honor of the Apostles Peter and Paul, which were also the names of the vesse... Read more >

  • St. Paul Island

    Blogpost by nicole - July 12, 2006 at 6:21

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner John, who is onboard in the Bering Sea... 

    Greetings from St. Paul Island, the slightly more developed Pribilof partner to St. George.  There's more of a commercial fishing industry here; Trident Seafoo... Read more >

  • In transit to St. Paul Island Alaska

    Blogpost by nicole - July 12, 2006 at 5:33

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner George, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We all know how difficult it is to say good bye to family and friends. For me, saying good bye or a “see you later” to my home and the many wonderful people of... Read more >

  • Around St. Paul and Otter islands

    Blogpost by nicole - July 11, 2006 at 5:17

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Foggy and very cold.

    We got up early to make maximum use of the calm weather. It was a little daunting heading out in the RIB, knowing we would be at times fogged in and un... Read more >

  • Saint George island and beyond

    Blogpost by nicole - July 10, 2006 at 3:33

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We arrived at St. George before dawn. Slight breeze, very chilly... We got in around 7 and were met by the harbor master Andy, who was standing by a big sign on the dock that re... Read more >

  • St. George Island

    Blogpost by nicole - July 7, 2006 at 9:56

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner John, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We pulled in to St. George Island this morning, and the first thing we saw was a large sign declaring that rat-infested ships were unwelcome.  Rats and other ma... Read more >

  • With blessings...

    Blogpost by nicole - July 6, 2006 at 9:02

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner John, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    Among many other things, George (our lead oceans campaigner in Alaska) is a former Russian Orthodox Priest. Yesterday he invited Father Jonah Andrew of the Holy... Read more >

  • The darkest part of the night...

    Blogpost by nicole - July 6, 2006 at 2:40

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner John, who is onboard in the Bering Sea... 

    In the middle of the darkest part of last night, we relied on the charts to get us through a particularly shallow channel.  According to the charts, there was ... Read more >

  • In the heart of it

    Blogpost by nicole - July 6, 2006 at 2:36

    The following posting is from Adam, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We're really in the heart of Aleut country now. Thick fog and a heavy swell today have made a marked difference to the sunny clear “whale-y” day we had yesterday (although I did... Read more >

  • ...and then the whales came

    Blogpost by nicole - July 5, 2006 at 4:04

    The following posting is from oceans campaigner John, who is onboard in the Bering Sea...

    We've been making good time, taking advantage of the calm(ish) seas as we cruise out to Unalaska Island. There have been a few whale sightings so far, mostly s... Read more >

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