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Celebrating International Talk Like a Pirate Day
Celebrating International Talk Like a Pirate Day Sat, Sep 17, 2016 Pull out your eyepatch and start practicing your “aarghs”—International Talk Like a Pirate Day is on its way! Read More

5 Bodies of Water with Deceptively Spooky Names
5 Bodies of Water with Deceptively Spooky Names Wed, Sep 14, 2016 In the weeks leading up to Halloween, we love to tell scary stories and give dark pasts to seemingly safe spaces—however, sometimes, the truth is quite contrary! Read More

A Look at the Mysterious Mary Celeste
A Look at the Mysterious Mary Celeste Mon, Sep 12, 2016 If you’re a fan of nautical mysteries, you’ve no doubt heard of the Mary Celeste, an American ship that was found completely deserted—despite still being functional and well-provisioned—in 1872. Read More

Oregon’s Old Man of the Lake: A Natural Marvel
Oregon’s Old Man of the Lake: A Natural Marvel Fri, Sep 09, 2016 We’ve all heard about Ernest Hemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea—but you may not have heard about the similarly-named Old Man of the Lake in Oregon. Located in the state’s Crater Lake, the “old man” in question isn’t actually a man at all—it’s an old... Read More

Get to Know Chessie: A Friendly Piece of Local Folklore
Get to Know Chessie: A Friendly Piece of Local Folklore Tue, Sep 06, 2016 You know the Loch Ness Monster—or, as she is often affectionately dubbed, Nessie—but did you know that there’s said to be an American equivalent off one of the country’s most famous coasts? While not quite as famous as Nessie herself, Chesapeake Bay’... Read More

Moon Watching from Your Monterey
Moon Watching from Your Monterey Fri, Sep 02, 2016 If you looked up to the sky this past August, and saw a big, bright full moon, you witnessed a Sturgeon Moon! This is the name for the full moon that occurs every August, and it refers to the kind of fish frequently caught by Native Americans of the ... Read More

Destination Boating: Fairytale Locations
Destination Boating: Fairytale Locations Mon, Aug 22, 2016 We all have our favorite on-the-water destinations—like waterfront cafes, offshore islands, or beautiful national parks. However, if you’re interested in visiting a place straight out of a storybook, you’re in luck—the world is filled with fairytale ... Read More

Where in The World Is the Earth’s Oldest Living Vertebrate?
Where in The World Is the Earth’s Oldest Living Vertebrate? Sun, Aug 21, 2016 African Elephants and Galapagos Giant Tortoises have long been considered some of the world’s oldest living animals—but scientists recently named a new record holder. Read More

Lyonesse and the Isles of Scilly: Where Land Meets Legend
Lyonesse and the Isles of Scilly: Where Land Meets Legend Sun, Aug 14, 2016 We’re all familiar with the Lost City of Atlantis, and its role in marine mythology—but did you know there’s said to be another legendary location off the coast of England? Read More

From Shoals to Schools: A Look at Fish Communities
From Shoals to Schools: A Look at Fish Communities Thu, Aug 11, 2016 If you’ve ever encountered a school of fish—whether from the edge of your Monterey or on a scuba diving excursion—you likely felt awe and wonder at just how precisely the fish moved together. It’s like you’re watching hundreds of bodies move with one... Read More

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