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  1. Cape Cod Ghost Tales: for the Not-So-Faint-of-HeartRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Cape Cod Times

    Ghost hunting has attracted a large audience recently, with such shows as the Rhode Island-based "Ghost Hunters" and "Ghost Hunters International."

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  2. Ballard Captain directs documentary about Salish SeaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Viewing Feed

    Ballard resident Captain Kevin Campion recently directed a new documentary film entitled The Unknown Sea: A Voyage on the Salish. The film was recently premiered during a 10 day film and music tour aboard the historic racing yacht Orion through the Salish Sea.

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  3. Dream birthdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Fiji Times

    The Moturiki man, who turned 31 on the eve of the Mua Voyage departure for Sydney, said he had always wished to travel the way his ancestors did using just the waves, wind, stars and the sun. "And I'm glad to see that traditional sailing is well and truly alive, especially after missing out on the first voyage in 2009."

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  4. Reliving saga of ancient mariners, seamanshipRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Times of Oman

    Muscat: Sail training is the bedrock of seamanship and one has to be very lucky to be part of any adventurous sailing activity. That is what cadets of the Naval Academy are learning aboard a high-masted sailing ship of the Indian Navy, INS Tarangini, currently docked in Muscat.

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  5. Tom Foley's Flying Transonic ToyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | The Hartford Courant

    The Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force equivalent of the Blue Angels, is shown flying Folland GNATs in the 1960s. The Red Arrows, the Royal Air Force equivalent of the Blue Angels, is shown flying Folland GNATs in the 1960s.

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  6. More sailing success for Spring LakeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Grand Haven Tribune

    Spring Lake placed third at this past weekend's Midwest Interscholastic Sailing Association Great Oakes Qualifier Regatta, held at Lake Forest Sailing Club in Lake Forest, Ill. Spring Lake sailing team members Frank Reeg, Caleb Boon, Rachel Rantanen and Tommy Clover raced against 23 teams from across the Midwest.

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  7. Campaigners fight to save Wirral sailing school from cost-saving privatisation plansRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Wirral Globe

    USERS of a Wirral sailing school say they are outraged by council plans to privatise the centre in a bid to save A 25,000. Residents and business owners in West Kirby have grouped together to raise awareness to ensure that Wirral Sailing Centre remains accessible for all residents of the borough and further afield to enjoy.

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  8. Earliest measurable snowfall, a burning ship and strong windRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Examiner.com

    Earliest measurable snowfall, a burning ship and strong wind top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history . From the National Weather Service archives here are the events that happened on October 7. 1897 - The wooden schooner 3 mast barge Antelope which was hauling coal, opened her seams and sank in a relatively mild gale off Michigan Island in the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior.

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  9. Team GREAT Britain Skipper CTO Simon Talbot is back at the Net Solutions Europe helmRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | PRWeb

    Simon Talbot, Chief Technical Officer of leading cloud services provider Net Solutions Europe , is back at the company helm after 11 months at sea, skippering the Team GREAT Britain yacht in the Round the World Clipper Race. Net Solutions Europe is a leading developer and provider of private, public and hybrid cloud suites and bespoke services developed to manage and protect its customer's data records and software applications.

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  10. The lure of the mighty BeerenbergRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Captain JP's log

    It is fair to say that 2014 has not gone to plan. After 2012's double handed sail to the Arctic Circle and 2013's sail along the East Greenland coast I was keen to head north for a third year.

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  11. Make Chicago art with right trianglesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 7 | Examiner.com

    Geometrically, you can make Chicago art with right triangles . This may be the right thing to do if your fellow artists exhibit isosceles triangles , equilateral triangles , scalene triangles , obtuse triangles and acute triangles .

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  12. Your Area Travel Expert: The Kimberley, Cruising the Australian OutbackRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Patch.com

    One of the most exciting and unusual trips I have ever done was a visit to Western Australia and one which few Americans explore. Being an Australian expert, I have visited most of the country, leading groups and done many itineraries.

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  13. Florida woman investigates slice...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Samoa News

    Linda Jeanne Dickinson Brown said her father, Russell Dickinson, was the 2nd mate on the four-masted ship, the Seth Parker, that left here on July 13, 1935 with 17 American Samoan men on board, bound for Honolulu, Hawaii. The voyage may well prove to be the first known exodus of American Samoans to the US - predating the 'fitafita' exodus.

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  14. Son of master mariner charged with drink driving after his boat crashes into rocksRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Daily Mail

    American student, 19, 'trying to join ISIS' arrested at Chicago's O'Hare airport after leaving note for his parents signed 'PLEASE MAKE SURE NOT TO TELL THE AUTHORITIES' Dallas Ebola victim's stepdaughter - who took him to hospital as he was 'vomiting wildly' - is given all clear to return to work as a nursing assistant 'We thought he was crazy and begged him not to go back': Parents of NBC reporter with Ebola reveal how he refused to listen to pleas to stay away from Africa as he begins fight for his life in Nebraska CDC is FINALLY considering screening travelers for Ebola before they're allowed into the US... but would anything have stopped Thomas Eric Duncan? Jacksonville Jaguars come under fire after mascot holds up sign about EBOLA to mock NFL rivals' 'Terrible Towels' during game Dallas Weekly magazine publishes horribly ill-timed cover promoting a 'Taste of Africa' as first US ... (more)

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  15. Tony Vandenberg is the first windsurfer to complete the North Carolina ChallengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Surfing News

    Tony Vandenberg is the first windsurfer ever to complete the WaterTribe North Carolina Challenge , a 100-mile sailing marathon held in the Pamlico Sound region. It's one of the toughest sailing experiences in the world.

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  16. Maxime Castillo rides to victory at Figueira da FozRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Surfing News

    The second and penultimate stop on the European Tour of Bodyboard 2014 was run in four-to-six foot waves, at Cabedelo Beach. Pierre-Louis Costes, who won the first stage in La Salie, finished the Portuguese leg in third position behind Miguel Adao, and ahead of Anas Haddar.

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  17. Sailing the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria, Columbus discovered a new worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Examiner.com

    It is a breathtaking site to see a sailboat sailing off into the sunset. Today sailboats are used for leisure, sport and shows.

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  18. Boat show transformation: Turning City Dock into a marinaRead the original story

    Monday Oct 6 | The Maryland Gazette

    As the U.S. Sailboat Show draws near, crews have begun the process of transforming City Dock into a huge marina for the 45th annual event. Over the next three days 62 pilings, 387 segments of floating docks and 400 tents of various sizes will be installed in and around Ego Alley and the surrounding waters of Annapolis Harbor.

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  19. Sailing: The Wave, Muscat and Oman Air now turn attention to Sydney for the series deciderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 6 | Times of Oman

    Muscat: Light and fickle winds in Nice, France, at the penultimate Act of the year turned the 2014 Extreme Sailing Series ranking on its head and set up a mighty challenge for Oman Sail's The Wave, Muscat and Oman Air at the final 'all or nothing' event in Sydney in December. The week on the Cote d'Azur was marked by light winds on the Baie des Anges that proved impossible to read, and an increase in intensity.

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  20. For Sale: Tasar GBR2921Read the original story

    Wednesday Oct 1 | Apollo Duck

    Fabulous opportunity to own and sail a Tasar in immaculate condition and ready to race and win. If you want a Tasar that is equivalent to a brand new boat but do not want to spend over 11,000 then this is for you.

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