Travel by Mule & Wagon
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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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.
Stream the series on Amazon
Stream the series on Vimeo
Buy the DVD
The Lost Sea Expedition is available on DVD. Experience a 14… Continue reading
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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The Cremation Garden and Fire Truck Tour of Radville, Saskatchewan
Radville, Saskatchewan is a town of about 800 nestled fifty miles north of Plenytwood Montana. I’ve spent the past week here, guest of the town, preparing mule Polly for the Lost Sea Expedition.
First, thanks loads to Mayor Dave and everyone else who came out to visit with mule Polly and me last night. According to Jeannette Verhelst, “We were cooking up hamburgers so fast in the Zamboni room we had to keep sending back to the Co-op for more.”… Continue reading
Coming soon: the Lost Sea Expedition TV series
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Our State Woody and Maggie article
It’s nice to see you posting again. I’ve missed you. I hope your heart is recovering from a truly difficult winter. Thoughts of comfort are drifting your way from Western Washington.
Woody and Maggie (198/9? – 2014)
I’ve written and read a lot of obituaries lately. In the span of eighteen months, my mother, dad, mule, pack pony and family dog have died. None of this comes as a surprise. The young are supposed to scatter the ashes of the old. Then they go on living. Potatoes are banked. Winesaps are pruned. Commutes are commuted. May be some ash slips in to the orchard.
Here’s a look back at two extraordinary equines that took me in to… Continue reading
The Mule at Your Window
Mule Polly has it sussed. While I’m inside sampling some of Newfoundland’s finest home cooked meals, say a skillet of caplin fried in fatback on an oil range, someone will say, “Look! There’s a horse looking in the window.” At which point I look up from my plate of fried fish and say, “yeah, that’s just mule Polly. I think she’d like some molasses bread.”
Chalk it up as a peril of Newfie hospitality.