To Venture Further

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Sheridan House, Inc., 1991 - Travel - 302 pages
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In this memorable exploit from a master storyteller, legendary sailor Tristan Jones makes an exceedingly difficult passage through the infamous Kra Penninsula in a small fishing boat.
 

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TO VENTURE FURTHER

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The bardic Welsh author and global navigator, who among his many mighty deeds has soloed across the Atlantic nine times (he's now in his mid-60s), finally abandons a task begun in Outward Leg (1986 ... Read full review

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After losing a leg, Jones, a Welsh adventurer, sets out to cross the Isthmus of Kra in Thailand. He assembles a crew consisting of three handicapped Thai youths and a young German college student ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword by Thomas Ettenhuber
15
Part One This
17
Atlantis Endeavor
19
The Challenge
23
Words
27
Deeds
32
Karma and a Motorbike
39
A Captain
44
The Bridge at Ban Na Non
152
Cap of Shame
156
Hard Going
160
First Drumbeat
165
Some Visitors
169
High and Dry
175
Fluttering Banner
181
Strike
187

The Sea People
50
A Bird
55
The Mercy of Allah
61
Crew at Large
65
RubberStamp Tango
71
A Fly in the Ointment
76
Part Two That
81
Departure
83
The Bay of Phangnga
88
The Edge of Nowhere
92
A Priceless View
96
Aground
102
The Unwanted
106
Legion of the Lost Ones
111
Kantang
117
Different Strokes
121
Different Folks
125
The Prophet
131
Hooked
136
Ramblings
141
Rapids
146
The Bridge at Bor Nam Ron
194
The Field of the Cloth of Gold
200
Escape
209
We Beat the Kra
214
Mud
219
Thalassa
225
Part Three And the Other
231
One Reception
233
Another Reception
238
Time to Leave
245
Into the Gulf
250
Back at Sea
257
Running the Gauntlet
262
On the Beach
268
A Rainbow
273
A Head of Rocks
278
Wetting the Elephant
283
The Tumult and the Shouting
289
City of Angels
296
Envoi
302
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