60,000-plus Minutes Streamed

Holy Mule Nation Streaming. Word just in from our Amazon Prime that the Lost Sea Expedition has been streamed more than 60,000 minutes in the last 4 weeks. That’s a wagon load of streaming.

Want to be part of the journey? If you’ve enjoyed the series and have a sec, please leave a review on Amazon. Like oats feed Polly, positive reviews feed algorithms. In mule speak, feeding the algorithm puts the series on Amazon’s radar so Amazon starts suggesting folks watch it.

So stream on, friends, stream on! And if you have a sec, please leave that Amazon review right here.

Thank you Rocky Mountain PBS viewers

(Click image to preview Episode 2. It aired June 14 on Rocky Mountain PBS in Colorado)

A big thank you to all the Rocky Mountain PBS viewers that tuned in to watch Episode 2 of the Lost Sea Expedition. Let’s do it again June 28 at 7 pm.

Can’t wait that long to start your wagon advenuture?  You can stream the series or get the DVD.

Letter from the Lost Sea Expedition

A letter for you, straight from the Lost Sea Expedition wagon (Otero County, NM)


“Polly’s tied up in the wind to a road sign that says “Pinon Creek Rd” – a road that leads from dust to more wind.”

That’s how the letter started. I posted it from a gravel truck crossing Crow Flats instead of the post office.   Here’s a letter to the outside world from the Lost Sea Expedition wagon. Continue reading “Letter from the Lost Sea Expedition”

June 2018 Rocky Mountain PBS Lost Sea Expedition Broadcast Schedule

Cool news. Rocky Mountain PBS (Colorado) has selected the Lost Sea Expedition for another Prime Time broadcast.


June 7: Episode 1 Heading Out
June 14: Episode 2 Settling In
June 28: Episode 3 Prairie Fever
July 5 (tent): Episode 4 Rio Grande



Can’t wait that long? There’s always Amazon streaming (free w/Prime) and Vimeo. Let’s hit that road together now!

Or you can buy a copy of the DVD right here at the online store.

May 18 Lost Sea Expedition Program

I’d like to invite you to Friday’s Lost Sea Expedition program at Wilkes County Library
Date: Friday, May 18
Time: 4p
Where: Wilkes County Public Library, Wilkesboro, NC
Learn about life in a mule wagon and America’s great vanished sea. Meet mule Polly and tour the wagon she pulled across America. Hey you can even squeeze in to the wagon if you’re feeling limber!
Address: Wilkes County Library, 215 10th St, North Wilkesboro, NC 28659

Watch the Lost Sea Expedition movie at Leatherwood Mule Days Friday, May 5

Join mule Polly and me Friday, May 5 at 8pm as we show the Lost Sea Expedition at Mule Days at Leatherwood Mountains (Ferguson, NC). The film is about our 14 month wagon voyage across America. Signed DVDs will be available.  Mule Polly, the Lost Sea Expedition wagon and I will be at Leatherwood starting Thursday. Come on down and I’ll give you the wagon tour!

512 Meadow Rd, Ferguson, NC 28624
(336) 973-5044



Meet the Lost Sea Expedition Crew

Meet the faces behind the Lost Sea Expedition series (Will and Deni McIntyre, Charlie Frye, Christian Harberts and Kirk Gillon photos)


Mule Polly and I traveled alone across America filming the Lost Sea Expedition series. But turning that footage in to a Rocky Mountain PBS series? Well, that took an Emmy award winning, paint slinging, web hosting team of producer, consultants, illustrator, audio engineer and web guys. Meet Julia, Will, Deni, Charlie, Chris, Christian and Keith.


Preview Episode 4: Rio Grande

A bridge, a bull and people’s opposing religious beliefs remain as obstacles. The Wall with Mexico proves less of an issue. It’s Episode 4, the final segment of the Lost Sea Expedition series. Join me  this coming Thursday (January 28) on Rocky Mountain PBS (8pm), Amazon Prime and Vimeo as we finish our mule wagon voyage across America together. Plenty more videos, including trailers for all 4 episodes, are here on the Videos, Trailers and Extras page.