When I travel the country, whether it's on assignment or whether I've been asked to give a speech, it's always a great opportunity to meet people. And I do. For the most part they're friendly and very interested about our work. That means they have lots of questions and I thought it would be fun to share some of them with you.
So these are the ten most frequently asked questions I get and, on video, over the next few weeks we'll be adding the answers:
Bonus - one of our readers sent in this picture of the Skyluck, one of the ships Peter mentions in the video above!
Now there are more questions and I'm sure you have some as well and because of that we're thinking of doing a Twitter chat early in the new year. So gets those questions ready. All will be welcome, and all reasonable ones will be answered!
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