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Up the Lake By Wayne Lutz
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SPECIAL PRICE to introduce readers to 'Coastal British Columbia Stories.' Updated 3rd edition to correct grammatical errors and to enhance the resolution of photos. Living off-the-grid in coastal... More > British Columbia, where mountains drop into the sea and people practice self-reliance and a different sense of purpose. Life in a floating cabin, with travel by boat, kayak, bicycle, and all-terrain vehicle. Contrarian views of the people and places of coastal British Columbia, including the author's extensive study of one of Powell Lake's best float cabin designers, an aquatic engineer and off the grid expert named John. Follow this unique individual (and his trusty dog, Bro) as they lead the author to adventures on the lake and into the nearby mountains.< Less
Explore Alaska Your Adventure Awaits By Jery Shively
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The Adventure Guide to Alaska is the indispensable guidebook to one of the world's greatest adventure destinations. The Adventure Guide will ensure the reader gets the most from their time in this... More > extraordinary region. The opening pages feature a full-color introduction to Alaska's highlights, with inspirational photography of the stunning sights and activities offered, from viewing the ethereal glow of the Northern Lights to cruising the epic highways. There are evocative accounts of the state's vast wilderness, from the majestic peak of Denali to the glaciers of Prince William Sound, and lively reports on Anchorage, Fairbanks, and all Alaska's rough-hewn towns. There is also expert advice on the multitude of outdoor activities, such as hiking, mountain biking, rafting, fishing and kayaking plus lesser known activities such as panning for gold or riding a dog-sled.< Less
Adventures in the Canadian Maritimes By Lynn Trainor
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This past summer, my nine-year-old grandson, Nicholas, and I traveled for nine days to the Canadian Maritimes to visit the provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. This was a driving trip from my... More > hometown of Sunapee, New Hampshire. We saw historical sites involving Native American culture and pioneer settlements. We also enjoyed the great Canadian outdoors through zip lining, kayaking, deep-sea fishing, mountain biking, jet boating, sailing, and other activities. All of the places which we visited were totally new to both Nick and me. I had the pleasure of seeing these through the eyes of a young boy and enjoying these along with him. This book is one in a series about my adventures with my grandchildren.< Less
The Corliss Group Review By Raelene Mcguire
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Taste of Travel: 5 weekend escapes 1 - Kennebunkport, Maine Aside from President George H.W. Bush leaping from the sky in celebration of his 90th birthday, Kennebunkport is a fun summer destination... More > filled with picturesque outdoor activities and endless people-watching opportunities. Whether you opt to sit on a bench in the downtown area and absorb the views that include quaint inns, shops and the river, or participate in kayaking, a whale-watch or sunset cruise, you’ll be able to unwind and enjoy the scenery in the process. STAY: The newest inn on the block is The Boathouse, located right on the river for the best views. Relax on your balcony, open a bottle of wine and watch the boating action before heading out to join in the fun. EAT: At The Boathouse for oysters and fried clams. Wash it down with a few specialty cocktails.< Less
The Travel Section Volume 5 By The Travel Section at UC Berkeley
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In this fifth issue, our first as an independent publication at UC Berkeley, for the first time the Travel Section contains not only thoughtful essays from undergraduates' experiences around the... More > world but also reflective poetry and photography. Join our contributors as they kayak through the Canadian Shield, ride on horseback with gauchos at an Argentine Estancia and spend long hours in contemplation in a Japanese Zen Monastery. Follow the internal and external explorations of students from universities around the world as they cross borders, countries and cultural gaps. The Travel Section at UC Berkeley is a student run and published literary/arts journal dedicated to providing a medium for college students around the world to tell their stories, accepting submissions from undergraduates from anywhere in the world. As a journal we hope to foster a global forum for conversation and storytelling, especially encouraging discourse oriented around ethical and responsible travel and global responsibility.< Less
Aspen Allegations - A Sutton Massachusetts Mystery By Lisa Shea
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A ROMANTIC YOGA MYSTERY INFUSED BY NATURE Morgan has become settled in her quiet life in Sutton, Massachusetts. Her peaceful morning yoga routine is assisted by her cat, Juliet. In the evening she... More > guides her kayak across the placid surface of Lake Singletary. Everything is in its place. When Morgan stumbles across a dead body in the shadowy depths of Sutton Woods, her stability is knocked askew. Jason, the ranger who comes to her aid, provides a steady rock of support. The death seems at first an accident, but Morgan knows in her heart that a delicate strut of life has fallen out of balance. As Morgan and Jason delve into the mystery, still waters are stirred. Danger billows from the depths of Purgatory Chasm, from the twisted histories that stretch back decades. Can they unravel the tangled skeins before the past catches up with them? All author's proceeds of this series benefit battered women's shelters.< Less
What Hides Within By Jason Parent
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What Hides Within tells the story of a man held captive by an unknown evil. Clive Menard is a spineless slacker leading an ordinary existence. But when Chester enters his life, it becomes far from... More > ordinary. A disheveled Clive stands alone in a hospital waiting room. A series of incidences have led him to undergo unnecessary neurosurgery. A voice inside Clive’s head nags him to kill the doctor. Weeks prior, a murder investigation and an unrelated kayaking excursion set the story’s interlocking events in motion. When a remorseful killer, a bomb-happy psychopath and a mysterious widow spider converge upon Clive, they bring with them destruction and death. Clive must discover who or what is steering his very existence before he, too, is consumed by the carnage around him.< Less
Dawnwalker By Wes Boyd
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College and the years just afterwards are pivotal for many people, establishing their lives, and sometimes having many adventures along the way. Sophomore Randy Clark wants to avoid the family... More > business and learn how to white water kayak and raft and ride a surfboard. Physical education major Crystal Chladek wants to become a professional outdoor bum, and her super-geek roommate and best friend Myleigh Harris wants to be a college English lit professor. Randy's high school girlfriend doesn't know what she wants to do other than run a summer camp for kids. All three girls end up as Randy's sometimes girlfriends, and life starts to get interesting. Four very different people facing very different futures. Can their special friendship survive the problems and distances of the real world? Readers interested in outdoor sports will love this story.< Less
We Could've Been Happy Here By Keith Lesmeister
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In his first collection of short fiction, Keith Lesmeister plows out a distinctive vision of the contemporary Midwest. A recovering addict chases down a herd of runaway cows with a girl the same age... More > as his estranged daughter. A middle-aged couple rediscovers their love for one another through the unlikely circumstance of robbing a bank. A drunken grandmother goads her grandson into bartering his leftover booze for a kayak. The daughter of a deployed soldier wages a bloody war on the rabbits ravaging her family’s farm. These stories peer into the lives of those at the margins–the broken, the resigned, the misunderstood. At turns hopeful and humorous, tender and tragic, We Could’ve Been Happy Here illuminates how we are shaped and buoyed by our intimate connections with others—both those close to us, and those we hardly know.< Less
We Could've Been Happy Here By Keith Lesmeister
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In his first collection of short fiction, Keith Lesmeister plows out a distinctive vision of the contemporary Midwest. A recovering addict chases down a herd of runaway cows with a girl the same age... More > as his estranged daughter. A middle-aged couple rediscovers their love for one another through the unlikely circumstance of robbing a bank. A drunken grandmother goads her grandson into bartering his leftover booze for a kayak. The daughter of a deployed soldier wages a bloody war on the rabbits ravaging her family’s farm. These stories peer into the lives of those at the margins–the broken, the resigned, the misunderstood. At turns hopeful and humorous, tender and tragic, We Could’ve Been Happy Here illuminates how we are shaped and buoyed by our intimate connections with others—both those close to us, and those we hardly know.< Less

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