Hiding on the Bottom

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Lulu.com, 2006 - Humor - 212 pages
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Paperback edition. Over the course of two years, author James Rosemond, with the aid of a newfound dive buddy named Scotty, explores Carteret County, the bottom of the ocean, and himself.This book is a humorous recounting of their misadventures above and below the surface, diving and hunting for flounder, while mildly stretching the recreational dive rules.Transitioning through a self imposed "mid life" crisis by "Hiding on the Bottom," the author realizes that life is more than work, adventure being just beyond the door step. Scotty, with his bizarre wisdom, helps him understand what is important, finding life's little pleasures and adventures along the way, always recognizing the humor in every situation.After reading the preview, which is the first part of Chapter One, if you want to read more before ordering the book, click on the James Rosemond link at the top of the page and then download the entire content of Chapter One for free.
 

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Contents

Prologue _______________________________________________
9
Breathing Underwater ___________________________________
31
The Swamphouse _______________________________________
39
Fall Ball ______________________________________________
51
More Divers ___________________________________________
65
It Wont Go Down No Further ____________________________
77
What Was That Sound?__________________________________
93
Take a Boat Ride Alone _________________________________
103
Taste of Down East ____________________________________
123
One Decision away From Riches _________________________ 137 Make Your Own Safety Decisions_________________________
143
Underwater Buffet _____________________________________
151
Whats For Breakfast?__________________________________
163
Breaking Glass and Thrown Objects ______________________
177
Back on the Street _____________________________________
193
Epilogue _____________________________________________
199
Final Note to the Reader ________________________________
205

Doc Said No More Fried Food ___________________________
113

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