Kayaking the Vermilion Sea: Eight Hundred Miles Down the Baja

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Simon and Schuster, Dec 10, 1996 - Travel - 224 pages
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With two slender sixty-pound kayaks, a ten-pound medical kit, twenty pounds of books, triple-digit temperatures, and no contact with the outside world, Jonathan and Deborah Waterman spent two months paddling through the violent tides and storms that define the mythically charged Sea of Cortes. Amid the lore and romantic past of the Baja they discovered that what began as a mutual exploration would soon become an unforgettable test of will.

Exhilarating and lyrical, filled with images of death, beauty, and adventure, this paradisiacal journey depicts the past and present of a legendary body of water -- and the struggle of a man and a woman to find each other.

 

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Following a rigorous climb of Mt. Denali (In the Shadow of Denali, LJ 3/1/94), Waterman and his new wife, Deborah, decided sunshine was in order and drove south. Their goal: to kayak one of the lowest ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
13
Section 2
19
Section 3
26
Section 4
39
Section 5
44
Section 6
50
Section 7
55
Section 8
62
Section 22
133
Section 23
137
Section 24
142
Section 25
148
Section 26
154
Section 27
160
Section 28
165
Section 29
170

Section 9
68
Section 10
75
Section 11
77
Section 12
82
Section 13
89
Section 14
93
Section 15
96
Section 16
102
Section 17
105
Section 18
109
Section 19
116
Section 20
124
Section 21
129
Section 30
178
Section 31
181
Section 32
187
Section 33
191
Section 34
196
Section 35
200
Section 36
206
Section 37
210
Section 38
212
Section 39
216
Section 40
224
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About the author (1996)

Jonathan Waterman is an award-winning author, photographer, and filmmaker whose books include "The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict "and" Running Dry: A Journey from Source to Sea Down the Colorado River" and whose films include "Surviving Denali" and "ANWR Trek".

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