Inexperienced Ghost journeys make for good break from journey into winter

The writing is still going on

The trip, in short, was shot directly on the West Coast in BC in San Diego and San Francisco before moving to Mexico where they stayed for a few months before the new year and headed to the Pacific Ocean for French Polynesia, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia and many beautiful places with a share of the earth.

Jennifer Smith is a nurse shark on Warderick Wells Cay in the Bahamas. Photo by Alex Nikolajevich /jpg

When the couple began their journey, Smith did not want her to write the book. He had previously been a writer and had already written to help him answer difficult questions in his life.

“I’m trying to see if we’ve done the right thing and I want to tell my family the story that just came out the first week,” Smith said. “I wrote a long email at home and explained the first week at sea. My mother wrote in an email like a joke: ‘Honey, I have Chapter 1 of your book, When is Chapter 2 coming?’ ”

Smith has since posted chapters and numbers in his long email lists. Family and friends started sharing emails and upon arriving in New Zealand, they had 100 people on their email list looking for more topics.

After sitting on the dry ground for 18 months, Smith decided to write a book. He presented the article to the publisher and wrote the article in a hypothetical contest by Pottersfield Press at Halifax. He won the contest and was also published.

“I had an unusual experience there. I didn’t knock on 100 doors. I knocked on two doors and the second one said, ‘Yes, we’re going to advertise your book,’ ‘Smith said.

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