For most of us, nothing is more frightening than the unknown. But then there are also those who don't feel alive until they push far into the unknown, going well beyond that warm and fuzzy comfort zone we relish in our daily lives. As a kid, stories of the Bermuda Triangle fascinated me. I have memories as clear as day of tale after tale of the unexplainable occurring there. And, like clockwork, these memories get my mind wandering down a road of puzzles, looking for answers to the unknown. So, as I was loading up the boat recently for a weeklong voyage with my brother Cory, Peter Mendia, and photographers Patrick “Tupat” Eichstaedt and Nicola Lugo that would traverse this geometric power center, my mind once again went wild with the possibilities and uncertainties we would face. And suddenly, a rush of excitement filled me: a feeling that only comes when you move away from just “being” and towards “doing.” We could all stand to do a little more in our lives and fear a little less. As it turns out, The Bermuda Triangle is real. And we lived to tell the tale.