‘Honestly There Are Times I Really Wanted To Quit. It’s Been Hard.’ Reflections On Solo Row Across Pacific Ocean

Alone. In a rowboat. In the vast ocean. There are times it’s likely the closest other human beings are in the International Space Station…. That’s how Tez Steinberg, of Boulder, spent his summer. He rowed 2,700 miles from California to Hawaii. He was at sea for more than 70 days.  His goal is to inspire a more courageous world and raise scholarships for United World Colleges.

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