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Thursday February 15, 2018

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Grinning and signing

Why am I grinning and signing? Because I’m autographing and shipping Lost Sea Expedition pre-ordered DVDs today…4 days early. Yep, if you ordered the series start checking your mailbox next week. Want a copy? No worries. We printed extra. They’re 19 bucks (includes taxes and shipping). You can pick up a signed copy right here in the General Store Or just hit that red “Buy” button below.

Order the DVD now.

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Friday January 19, 2018

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Mule Polly and I welcome you to RiverEarth.com

Welcome to RiverEarth.com. It’s home to my (Bernie Harberts’) stories from road and sea. Get comfy. Settle in. Learn more about my latest project, the Rocky Mountain PBS series Lost Sea Expedition wagon series about my mule voyage across America.

The Lost Sea Expedition is available for streaming and DVD pre-order.

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

Pre-order the DVD
The Lost Sea Expedition DVD is available for pre-order. DVDs will ship after the series has premiered on Rocky Mountain PBS (tent. ship date: February 19, 2018)


Pre-order Perk: all pre-ordered DVDs will be signed by me, Bernie Harberts.

Pre-order the DVD now. Ships February 19, 2018 (tent).

In the mood for something else? Browse the General Store for a mule travel book like Too Proud to Ride a Cow or the 65 Days at Sea DVD.
Or just hang out with me and read some stories from the road, from brushing up on your mule wagon selfie technique to Tasmanian leaches.
Enjoy!

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Saturday December 30, 2017

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Enough viewing options to stop a mule in her tracks….

It’s enough to confuse a mule: where to watch the Lost Sea Expedition series, the documentary about mule Polly’s wagon voyage across America. Here, in terms even mule Polly can understand, is the schedule.

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Tuesday December 26, 2017

I was aboard as she was fighting for her life. Hurricane force winds threaten to splinter the ketch Windora‘s 40 year old wood hull. She dragged her anchor and wound up on a submerged rock in South Georgia, the Antarctic island. (Vessel “Braveheart” photo)

“Below 40, there is no Law. Below 50, there is no God.” The saying comes from Southern Ocean voyagers. The 40 is the Roaring Forties, the 50 the Furious Fifties. Has it been a year already since I faced shipwreck on a Southern Ocean rock…?

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Wednesday December 20, 2017

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Merry twisted Christmas. Some grape vine Yule time greetings from the grill of my old Dodge.

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.

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Monday April 10, 2017

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Caaaarefuuuuullll with those scissors. Polly waits patiently as I trim her forelock for Leatherwood Mule Days. From her calm eye, you can tell she knows there’s a head rub waiting when the job is done.

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.

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Sunday March 26, 2017

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Some voyages include dolphins off the bow (Falkland Islands, Southern Ocean). Others entail pickle barrels lashed up under a deck (western North Carolina). Both are fine ways to escape.

Some days, a man dreams of sailing off in a schooner, dolphins dodging the striker stay. Others, he’s content with a pond and a pickle barrel. It’s okay to aim low when you’re shooting for something big.

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