Book Reviews of Kayaking the Vermilion Sea: Eight Hundred Miles Down the Baja

Kayaking the Vermilion Sea: Eight Hundred Miles Down the Baja
Kayaking the Vermilion Sea Eight Hundred Miles Down the Baja
Author: Jonathan Waterman
ISBN-13: 9780684802428
ISBN-10: 0684802422
Publication Date: 6/20/1995
Pages: 224
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Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Book Type: Hardcover
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Disenchanted with life in general, Waterman and his wife of one year, Deborah, sought a wilderness adventure to renew their spirits. They spent two months paddling kayaks down the coastline of Baja California on the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California), an area rich in history. Waterman (In the Shadow of Denali) recounts their journey in vivid detail. It was a challenging voyage: choppy seas, turbulent tides, storms and biting insects. They met expatriate Americans, windsurfers, a group of kayakers, yachtsmen. They paddled with dolphins and observed a sea-lion nursery. Waterman notes that Isla Espirita Santo is being marketed as a haven for kayakers; other places are looking for the tourist trade. Guess what he finds at the end of the journey? How much work and communication are necessary in marriage.
reviewed Kayaking the Vermilion Sea: Eight Hundred Miles Down the Baja on + 283 more book reviews
Disenchanted with life in general, Waterman and his wife of one year, Deborah, sought a wilderness adventure to renew their spirits. They spent two months paddling kayaks down the coastline of Baja California on the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California), an area rich in history. Waterman (In the Shadow of Denali) recounts their journey in vivid detail. It was a challenging voyage: choppy seas, turbulent tides, storms and biting insects. They met expatriate Americans, windsurfers, a group of kayakers, yachtsmen. They paddled with dolphins and observed a sea-lion nursery. Waterman notes that Isla Espirita Santo is being marketed as a haven for kayakers; other places are looking for the tourist trade. Guess what he finds at the end of the journey? How much work and communication are necessary in marriage.