Deep Water Passage

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Simon and Schuster, 1997 - Biography & Autobiography - 240 pages
Chronicles the author's midlife spiritual journey, during which she spent sixty-five days kayaking around Lake Superior--the first woman to perform such a feat--while facing dangerous elements and reassessing her life. Reprint.
 

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DEEP WATER PASSAGE: A Midlife Journey

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A circumnavigation of Lake Superior by kayak becomes an occasion to get past some of life's knotty problems for nature writer and lecturer Linnea, an adventure retold here in the sometimes awkward but ... Read full review

Deep water passage: a spiritual journey at midlife

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Ecofeminist Linnea (Teaching Kids To Love the Earth, Pfeifer-Hamilton, 1991) recounts her 1200-mile, 65-day kayak paddle around Lake Superior. More significant than the numbers and the athletic ... Read full review

Contents

First Day
3
First Solo
17
SheWhoWasAfraid
30
In the Company of Men
49
Ancient Voices
68
The Longest Day
79
SheWhoFinishesGrieving
96
Confused Waters
118
Windbound
135
Dune Jumping
153
Spirit Song
165
Guardian Angels
186
The Herons
203
Epilogue
219
Acknowledgments
225
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