One Simple Question: an uncertain journey to find an iceberg
Wednesday, November 14, 2012, 7:00 pm
Registration : Presentation is free but seating is limited. Arrive early.
Audience: Sailors, adventurers, environmentalists, seafaring souls
a true story of;
… adventure aboard a small sailboat
… personal transformation
… an intimate connection with nature
… chasing dreams
A young couple seeks adventure and sheds the comforts of land and begins a life at sea on a small sailboat. Their goal, simple but elusive, is to sail north until they find an iceberg. But they need to sail over 1600 miles before the first sign of ice. Cramped in tight quarters, together they endure sleepless nights, thick fog, rough weather and icy northern waters. What they didn't anticipate was they would find a piece of the biggest iceberg in the last six decades. One Simple Question is at once a thrilling adventure, an exploration of the lifescycle of ice-bergs and their connection to climate change, and a meditation on the joy of a deliberate life and a new path in the pursuit of happiness.
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