Two talented artists decided to intercede on my behalf. Neptune alone was not powerful enough.
Not anymore the rude bone setter approach previously used. No big hammer, no screwdrivers, no saws nor wood splints. The skill of the best plastic surgeon is now required.
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When surfing on the crest of waves in 2018, “Breskell’ song was not enough to persuade Neptune. The North West Passage remained tightly closed. Two talented artists decided to intercede on my behalf. Neptune alone was not powerful enough. Why not appeal to its northern counterparts: Njörd, Thor, even Odin?
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Like all real hard-core sailors, my first choice is always the wind. With the smallest breeze, I love to play with my sails.
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- Even before «giving it a try», I have to try …to fix a few things. Going to sleep, dreams come easily in my cozy bunk. Awaking next morning, reality catches on. Want to make our planet great again? Want to promote clean energy? Start first with your own cleaning captain! In this field, we sailors lead the “greening” of our planet. Just take a look for yourselves about our achievements:
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Starts with a first step. My first step began with a bus ticket from Port Townsend. Five hours later, I reached the Seattle’s airport. St John, in Canada, lays just on the exact opposite side of the continent.
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They « horse-dragoon » decorated Breskell and then played pirates during the winter.
They had fun. What about their more “serious” North West Passage preparations?
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