Trash Trip

Exploring waste, from coast to coast.

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(10) Richard Basarab
Wed, 15 July 2009 02:57:36 +0000
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As I have always said...One man's treasures are another man's trash.v

(9) Juri
Fri, 3 July 2009 22:38:41 +0000

good luck on your trip karen

(8) Ross Nason
Tue, 30 June 2009 20:12:07 +0000
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Hello from Maine, Karen!

Great idea, I'd love for you to do the same trip on the east coast, from Halifax N.S. to Key West!!! I'm looking forward to your south of the border segment!

(7) Jessica
Wed, 24 June 2009 07:15:58 +0000

Your views on life inspire me. Good luck in your travels.

(6) Jeff Martin
Wed, 24 June 2009 06:45:44 +0000

Good luck !

(5) Sandy Ragsdale
Tue, 16 June 2009 02:51:25 +0000

Another really cool idea Karen. I love it! Have a great time, learn lots, and be safe on your latest adventure!

(4) Clem
Mon, 15 June 2009 20:23:58 +0000

Clem here, signing in on the guestbook. Best wishes, Karen, in this latest journey and cause! It's critical to our future.

(3) Ray S Stone
Mon, 15 June 2009 18:44:55 +0000

Karen,...You and I have had our philosophical conversations about life and time when you came to visit and snorkle/dive/sail with me in the Abaco's.

Whatever makes "you" happy,laughing, healthy, satisfied, a bit challenged, a "bit discontent" with the way things are and satisfied with how you are using 'your" time and capacity for love and caring my fondest wish for you...

I believe we are likely and in many ways kindred spirits, ,..I live as you suggest for perhaps a month or so at a time, I sleep in my car with Argo when I want to, I travel to see the beauty and the ugliness of the world and at times, I live with some modest comforts and occassionally with some luxury. ( the balance and experiencs help me keeps all my choice on aspects of material stuff and my spirtual stuff in perspective for me.. I also do some and help "some", mostly with "just money" for good organizations like St Judes Chidrens hospital and random spontaneous acts of kindness for people and friends,....BUT

I have not come to the point of courage that would allow me to dispose of all I have earned, and live with the courage and total freedom that I sometimes have felt for periods of time when I was alone in the wilderness, or at sea,... or doing something where material aspects of life are completely meaningless. I am "mostly" now a "witness and observer" of life and cultures, one who is still seeking "truth, full love, full purpose, full contentment and I am a messenger of sorts. ( when asked)

I sense you are one who strives to be their authentic self,..beinf who you wish to be "as a choice" as you become aware of who and what that is for your own unique self and in whatever moment of time you find youraself.

Enjoy your life and keep me infromed of the the revelations and insights you find while living your life.

Trash is interesting as part of culture. It is "almost" or "is" everyhere I have traveled,....and lines the coasts around the world and in the middle of the great Oceans. However,...from my observations, is much less outside cities/towns "out in Nature" on the two islands of Kauai and Molokai ( where the islanders feel a great respect and connection to the land, nature and the sea) and in the city of Singapore ( where the penalties are very harsh and expensive).

(2) Terrence
Mon, 15 June 2009 14:59:44 +0000

Great stuff Karen,

some really cool features and all a brilliant idea. Make sure you pass by Guyana on your way.


(1) Karen
Mon, 15 June 2009 05:58:15 +0000
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