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Posted: Saturday, April 26, 2014 7:00 pm | Updated: 7:53 am, Mon Apr 28, 2014.

Santa Fean Michael Johnson has paddled down crocodile-infested rivers in New Guinea, driven across the Sahara in a jeep, studied archaeology in the Guatemalan jungle and served as a paratrooping ski ranger for the U.S. Army.

So, how does he top all those achievements? By spending seven years sailing around the world — in the days before GPS.

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