Wherever Waters Flow: A Lifelong Love Affair with Wild Rivers

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Headwaters Publishing, Jan 1, 2006 - Boaters (Persons) - 272 pages
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Wherever Waters Flow is one man's journey down the rivers of a lifetime. By kayak and canoe, Doug Woodward takes you to the wild Chattooga River where he worked as a whitewater stuntman during the filming of Deliverance and later accompanied Jimmy Carter in running the most feared rapids on that river. Be it a first descent of a thundering falls or an extended wilderness journey to a remote corner of the earth, Woodward brings the experience to life with insight, humor and remarkable accuracy of detail.

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Doug has served as a minister in the Methodist and Reformed Churches and an Elder in the Presbyterian Church. He is an information technology executive and management consultant for a number of prominent companies including Ernst & Young, Oracle and Microsoft.

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