Cynthia Berger / WPSU Producer
WPSU producer Cynthia Berger is spending a year on a boat, cruising “The Great Loop,” the system of waterways that circles eastern North America. Each year about two-hundred boaters make this adventurous trip. They call themselves “Loopers,” and they even have a yearly “Looper Rendezvous,” where boaters exchange tips and advice. Cynthia went to the meeting this year and sent…
WPSU’s Cynthia Berger and her husband, Penn State professor Bill Carlsen, are spending the year on a solar-powered canal boat. Cynthia sent this audio postcard from the Great Lakes, specifically the North Channel of Lake Huron, where she and Bill learned about a radio broadcast that’s just for boaters.
WPSU radio producer Cynthia Berger and her husband are spending the year traveling by boat around the eastern half of North America. The vessel is unusual . . . it’s a solar-powered canal boat. One goal of their trip is to meet other people who are using “sustainable technologies” in innovative ways.
WPSU radio producer Cynthia Berger is on a yearlong canal boat adventure around the “Great Loop,” a system of waterways that turns North America east of the Mississippi into one great big island. Cynthia sent this audio postcard from a trip through a lock on the Erie Canal.
WPSU’s Cynthia Berger leaves this week for a year-long cruise on a solar-powered boat with her husband, environmental educator Bill Carlsen.
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