Paddle to the Amazon: The Ultimate 12,000-mile Canoe Adventure

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McClelland and Stewart, 1987 - America Description and travel 1981- - 316 pages
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Starkell, 47, and his two teenage sons set out by canoe from their home in Winnipeg, Canada in June 1980. Two years and 12,192 miles later two of them (one son dropped out) arrived in Belem at the ... Read full review

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When I hitch hiked in Central America, people said I was crazy. Nope, the Starkells were the muy loco ones. The only more absurd water trip book I've read was Jon Turk's Wake of the Jomon. In the Wake of the Jomon: Stone Age Mariners and a Voyage Across the Pacific Read full review

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Editors Preface
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Into the U S A
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Down the Mississippi
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