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“The most satisfying journey is one that is shared.” That quote introduces and is the point behind a coffee table book of photographs from around the globe put together by the family of the late Tom Abercrombie, one of the last swashbuckling, globe-trotting writer-photographers at National Geographic. It’s the visual story of Tom and Lynn Abercrombie of Shady Side and their nearly 40 years of traveling, a memoir they started together before he died of complications of surgery in 2006.
For three months, Matt Rutherford’s home has been a sailboat so tiny he has to crawl around the cabin. He’d hit his head if he tried to stand up.