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by R. N DeArmond
Download A voyage in a dory: From Sitka to Tacoma by oars, sail, and tow rope fb2
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  • Author:
    R. N DeArmond
  • ISBN:
    1929292007
  • ISBN13:
    978-1929292004
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Arrowhead Press; First Edition edition (1999)
  • Pages:
    88 pages
  • Subcategory:
    United States
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  • FB2 format
    1206 kb
  • ePUB format
    1538 kb
  • DJVU format
    1165 kb
  • Rating:
    4.8
  • Votes:
    491
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A Voyage in a Dory book. DeArmond does a wonderful job capturing the history of this time and place in his adventure narrative. Not only do I love reading adventure books, I also love history. I am so glad I was able to catch a vision of what Sitka and Southeast Alaska was like in the 1930s- many of the places he writes about are places my family enjoys and I am excited to know more about them.

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Publisher: Arrowhead Press, Sitka, Alaska . Publication Date: 1999. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Signed: Signed by Author(s). Synopsis: PB - From Sitka to Tacoma by oars, sail and tow rope in 1931. Idaho Jim is an On-Line only book store.

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PB - From Sitka to Tacoma by oars, sail and tow rope in 1931.

Qudanilyr
I wanted to like this but its style, and the fact that the world he describes no longer exists, makes it flat out boring. I challenge anyone to finish this.

I love history but this just doesn't inform on much. Still, if you want to learn about small coastal towns in the Pacific Northwest some time ago, this is for you. It is sort of like reading about the history of my hometown in southern Illinois. Not really that interesting. A more readable account of the same trip many years later is found in "the gear list of the golden moon" which despite its title is a great account of trip plus practical information. Can be found at the wooden boat store online.
Felolv
If you like rowing dories like I do, and have a sense of adventure then you will love this book. Not very long at 88 pages but R N DeArmond is a great story teller. I recommend this book for your nautical library.
MisterMax
The Bartholomews mentioned in this book were relatives of mine. Arthur is my great grandfather and Sam was my grandfather's brother. I thought it was very unique. Thank you very much!
Coiriel
I'm a small boat lover so these sort of stories of man against the sea, I go for a long row appeal to me. I've read all that I can get my hands on and this particular one I like a lot. First, it's the actual person who did the journey telling the tale. Second, they own up to taking a tow when the going got tough, after all who wants to row against strong currents in a narrow passage. Thirdly, it's a I packed my stuff, bought some charts and took off for the open sea sort of story. A you can do it too sort of adventure.

If you like these open boat journey's along the coast and there are a heap of them, you'll like this one.
Ferne
Kept my interest and that's not an easy task! Very enjoyable book! Loved following along with a map to see the routes