Great New Book Chance Along: A Wind Worth Waiting For
by Kirby Salisbury
(Punta Gorda, Belize)
Descriptive, informative, humorous and exciting, it will give you the inspiration to finish your own project.
A personal story in which financial and other obstacles, that few can imagine, are overcome.
Yet it describes the rewards of the boat building process itself and the life-enriching experiences that can occur when a sailor bonds with his craft. Introductory offer on: www.amazon.com/author/christinakirbysalisbury
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