Yearly Archives: 2017
Where, When and How to Watch the Lost Sea Expedition Series
It’s enough to confuse a mule that’s walked across America: where to watch the Lost Sea Expedition series. Here, in terms even mule Polly can understand, is the schedule.
Rocky Mountain PBS
The Lost Sea Expedition made its Prime Time premiere January 4, 2018 at 8 pm on Rocky Mountain PBS. A new episode airs every Thursday in January.
Amazon Video Direct
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Lost Sea Expedition Original
The Lost Sea Expedition
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The Lost Sea Expedition is available for streaming and also on DVD.
Stream the Series
The series can be streamed on Amazon (Free w/Prime) and Vimeo.
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Radiator Christmas Greetings
This Christmas, mule Polly and I are off the road launching the Lost Sea Expedition TV series. Polly’s munching pasture hay and I twisted up some grape vines for a radiator wreath. In recent days, the wreath’s taken on a nautical tilt from highway speeds in winter weather. It reminds me of a Christmas that went sideways on my old sailboat Sea Bird .
Here’s the nautical version of the old Wise Man story.
Prime Time Premiere Scheduled
I’m super excited to announced the airing dates and time for the 4-part Lost Sea Expedition series on Rocky Mountain PBS (Colorado). This documentary is about the about the 14 month solo wagon voyage I took across America with my mule Polly.
Dates and time are:
– first 4 Thursdays in January
– 8 pm
That’s January 4, 11, 18 and 25. Please tell all your friends that live in Colorado to tune in to the series.
Don’t live in Colorado but want to check out the series? No worries. You’ll be able to stream the series and buy the DVD. Here are some ways you can watch the series anywhere.Continue reading
The Lost Sea Expedition on Rocky Mountain PBS January 4, 11, 18 and 25
I’m super excited to announced the airing time and dates for the 4-part Lost Sea Expedition documentary on Rocky Mountain PBS (Colorado). You’ll also be able to stream the series on Amazon. That link will be up shortly (in the General Store).
The Lost Sea Expedition on Rocky Mountain PBS
Starting January 4, a new episode of the Lost Sea Expedition will air each week in January. Each episode will air twice. Airing times and dates are:
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Home in Carolina
Summer’s winding down for mule Polly and me. We’re back home in western North Carolina after a great summer wagon tour of Colorado. We’re staying plenty busy putting the final touches on the Lost Sea Expedition TV series, the 4-part series about our wagon voyage across the Great Plains.
All the latest news – from hurricanes to yogurt to interviews – on the LostSeaExpedition.com site. We’re down to the last 30 days of raising funds to cover the production of the series. If you’ve enjoyed traveling with me on RiverEarth.com and would like to help out (we still need to pay the audio engineer….) you can do so right here.
Mule Polly and I have hit the road for the summer. We’re touring Colorado visiting with underwriters interested in sponsoring the Lost Sea Expedition TV series, the 4-part program about mule Polly and my 14 month wagon voyage across America. The series will premier on Rocky Mountain PBS.
Lots more about the voyage and TV series here on the LostSeaExpedition.com site. If you’d like to make a gift to the series, you can do so right here.
Pickle Barrel Raft
Some days, a man dreams of sailing away in a schooner, dolphins dodging the striker stay. Others he’s content with a pond and a pickle barrel. It’s okay to take a break from pursuing something big to take a shot at something a bit, well, tangential.
Thing is, there’s an… Continue reading
Preppin' for Leatherwood
I sharpened the scissors. I caught mule Polly. Then I trimmed her mane and tail and took a swipe at her toes.
Man, she’s as spiffed up as mule can be for Leatherwood Mule Days. I’m already thinking Coon Jump, pasture camping and starlight dancing.
More over here on my LostSeaExpedition.com site.Continue reading