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The Unexpected Circumnavigation: Unusual Boat, Unusual People, Part 2 – Australia to Oman, EBook2 By Christi Grab
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No one expected these thirty-something professionals to give up their successful careers to pilot their own small boat around the world, especially because they started with almost no boating... More > experience. Instead of the expected sailboat, they chose a 43 foot trawler powerboat, which many believed was incapable of crossing oceans. Most people expected them to fail. But they surprised the skeptics when they successfully circumnavigated the globe in two years, visiting 110 places along the way in thirty-four countries. Part 2 of The Unexpected Circumnavigation journals Christi and Eric’s travels to 21 fascinating destinations, ranging from popular to remote. You will feel what it is like to be on long sea passages, experience the local food and cultures and participate in unique tours and adventures, including SCUBA, exotic animals, nature's 600 foot tall "secret rooms" & villages untouched by modernization. Learn about the challenges, rewards, and surprises that come with both traveling and boating.< Less
Outward Bound Wilderness School By David Lakota
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This epic adventure takes place on the border of the US and Canada during a three-week life-changing experience with the world-renowned Outward Bound Wilderness School. I was only 14 years old and... More > the epitome of a juvenile delinquent, full of energy and a chip on my shoulder toward authority. More than 210 miles we paddled and portaged and trudged through vast expanses of forest, swamp, lakes and waterways.The days were long, grueling, humid and hot. The nights were dark and full of mosquitoes. A three-day "solo" on a remote island with no food left me deeply humbled. I begin to question my dream of living wild and free… self-sufficiently. This story is of my first major adventure and my first-ever journal. This set the stage for 20+ years of remote exploration, discovery and documentary production in Alaska, Hawaii and Minnesota.< Less
Outward Bound Wilderness School By David Lakota
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This epic adventure takes place on the border of the US and Canada during a three-week life-changing experience with the world-renowned Outward Bound Wilderness School. I was only 14 years old and... More > the epitome of a juvenile delinquent, full of energy and a chip on my shoulder toward authority. More than 210 miles we paddled and portaged and trudged through vast expanses of forest, swamp, lakes and waterways.The days were long, grueling, humid and hot. The nights were dark and full of mosquitoes. A three-day "solo" on a remote island with no food left me deeply humbled. I begin to question my dream of living wild and free… self-sufficiently. This story is of my first major adventure and my first-ever journal. This set the stage for 20+ years of remote exploration, discovery and documentary production in Alaska, Hawaii and Minnesota.< Less
The Unexpected Circumnavigation: Unusual Boat, Unusual People Part 2 – Australia to Oman By Christi Grab
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No one expected these thirty-something professionals to give up their successful careers to pilot their own small boat around the world, especially because they started with almost no boating... More > experience. Instead of the expected sailboat, they chose a 43 foot trawler powerboat, which many believed was incapable of crossing oceans. Most people expected them to fail. But they surprised the skeptics when they successfully circumnavigated the globe in 2 years, visiting 110 places along the way in 34 countries. Part 2 of The Unexpected Circumnavigation journals Christi and Eric’s travels to 21 fascinating destinations, ranging from popular to remote. You will feel what it is like to be on long sea passages, experience the local food and cultures and participate in unique tours and adventures, including SCUBA, exotic animals, nature’s 600 foot tall “secret rooms” and villages untouched by modernization. Learn about the challenges, rewards, and surprises that come with both traveling and boating.< Less
Eating at Home By James B. Gerhart
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This book contains more than 350 recipes in all categories of cuisine. These have been collected, distilled and refined over the past forty years by Professor James B. Gerhart of the University of... More > Washington, Department of Physics, an avid cook and gourmet whose skill and judgment in domestic food preparation is legendary among family and friends. A detailed bibliography citing nearly a hundred sources is provided. (Dad passed away in 2007, but his legacy in cookery lives on! He took a scientific approach to efforts in the kitchen, meticulously documenting measurements and procedures that he found would work best for favorite recipes. Much like entries in a lab journal, his recipes are quite succinct and include absolutely no unnecessary wordage, which some may find refreshing. This is an excellent cookbook you will turn to over and over - as do the Gerharts.)< Less
The Marathon Life By Lynn Gray
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The Marathon Life is designed for beginner distance walkers and/or joggers who aspire to gain a lifestyle of fitness by training for a marathon or half marathon distance. I have divided the book... More > into four progressive parts which give the participant time to adapt and enjoy the process of distance training. The content of the book includes duration training together with agility and muscular conditioning, followed by walk to run ratio, resistance and intensity training. The reader has a year of progressive training schedules, with weekly training tips and a journal to record daily progress. Many beginners who seek to burn body fat are destined to lose weight and reshape since the workouts consist of over 35 minutes of fast movement; be it walking, jogging, or running. To facilitate weight management or loss, a nutritional food plan for the active person is included. Long distance walking and/or running is a lifestyle of becoming forever fit.< Less
A Cross-Industrial Assessment of Worker Treatment By Ekaterina Zheleznyak et al.
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Shima Akhter, a Bangladeshi garment worker, wakes every day to the reality that her daughter may have to follow in her footsteps, and sew clothes in a toxic environment for an unsustainable wage.... More > Shima’s rights were swiftly stolen when she was beaten by her manager for attempting to unionize and vocalize the injustice she and her co-workers faced. Workers in the industries of food, technology, fashion, construction, and journalism are toiling globally under oppressive business operations. Ranging from the issue of unsustainable compensation to discriminatory hiring practices, there are complications in the business ethics world that need to be addressed. Within this cross-industrial assessment the real treatment of workers is unveiled, and the glaring question arises: what, if anything, can be done?< Less
2012: The Last Entries By Christina Eichstedt And Judy Ann Eichstedt
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A book of journals kept by six different people in the year 2012. Beginning in January you get to know each of the six people sharing their stories with their personal notebooks. Who they are, what... More > they believe, and what they see in the towns they live in. As the year progresses many strange climatic events occur in various parts of the world; each person giving their account as they witness many terrible events first hand. The disasters have caused a chain reaction in the lives familiar to them, food shortages, power outages, and loss of communication with the outside world. Will impending doom change who they are or will they continue their lives in ignorance and disbelief of the events leading up to December 21st, 2012? When natural disasters strike out against mankind, it’s hard to know where to run. Join these six individuals in the most trying times of their lives, experience what’s happening in what could possibly be the final days of the human race.< Less
2012: The Last Entries By Christina Eichstedt And Judy Ann Eichstedt
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A book of journals kept by six different people in the year 2012. Beginning in January you get to know each of the six people sharing their stories with their personal notebooks. Who they are, what... More > they believe, and what they see in the towns they live in. As the year progresses many strange climatic events occur in various parts of the world; each person giving their account as they witness many terrible events first hand. The disasters have caused a chain reaction in the lives familiar to them, food shortages, power outages, and loss of communication with the outside world. Will impending doom change who they are or will they continue their lives in ignorance and disbelief of the events leading up to December 21st, 2012? When natural disasters strike out against mankind, it’s hard to know where to run. Join these six individuals in the most trying times of their lives, experience what’s happening in what could possibly be the final days of the human race.< Less
The Training and Experience of a Quaker Relief Worker By Hugh Maw
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In January 1996 I was invited, along with other veteran relief workers from the American Friends Service Committee and the Friends Relief Service, to the opening of the ‘Stille Helfer’... More > Exhibition of Quaker Relief Work, at the Berlin Historical Museum. I was also invited back to Berlin to make contact once more with the Berlin Ecumenical Council, and in the following year was guest of honour at the 50th anniversary celebrations of the ‘Karolinger Youth House’. During conversations and discussions it became apparent that my German friends had little or no knowledge of what the so-called ‘victors’ were going through in post-war Britain. This book is an abridged edition of Hugh Maw's post-war German Journal / Diary while serving, after training, in the Friends Relief Service (FRS) in Berlin and Cologne as an ambulance and truck driver, delivering International Red Cross food and relief supplies. His hobbies are gardening, photography, bird-watching and travel.< Less

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