Sailing the Sea Islands: This was not a fling. Jane and John got out of life’s busy trap. Gone fishin’ instead of just a wishin’ became a reality. Cruise with John and Jane aboard their 46-foot sailboat to the Sea Islands of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. Meet the people of Daufuskie Island, a place where there are more ox carts than automobiles. Discover the riches and history of the Golden Isles of Georgia: Amelia Island, Cumberland Island, Jekyll Island, St. Simons Island, Sapelo Island, St. Catherines Island, and the coastal cities that are part of these special Sea Islands. Discover a sanctuary you can enter from the sea, secluded anchorages, magnificent beaches, bountiful fishing, pristine islands, and friendly fun-loving people. Looking for a new frontier—John and Jane found it. They slowed down and took note of what was around them. They said no to the world’s empty expectations. John and Jane weren’t going to be surviving just to buy something shiny and struggling to support the “market place.” Life is too short to be caught in that depression. There would be no seconds of their lives to waste. For them, being taught how to fish was a gift that kept on giving. A section of this book is devoted to Jane’s best Recipes from the Galley of Dursmirg featuring Southern cooking and Sea Island seafood. These are the best of the best of fresh from the sea culinary delights. Sailing the Sea Islands was previously published as Travels of Dursmirg: Summers at Daufuskie in 2010. Sailing the Sea Islands has been updated, upgraded, and reformatted for easy reading, and eliminating verbal detritus. Sailing the Sea Islands is humorous, entertaining, witty, and informative.
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John M. Grimsrud lives with his wife Jane in Mérida, Yucatan, in an ecologically friendly home of his own design. He has been biking, photographing, exploring, and writing about the Yucatan for over twenty-five years. Prior to seeking a new life of adventure in Yucatan, Mexico, John and his wife lived aboard their home built 46- foot sailboat Dursmirg for many years. John has published Travels of Dursmirg, a four book series about his life aboard Dursmirg. His books are available in paperback and Kindle editions online at Amazon and through most booksellers throughout the world.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2012. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 196 pages. 9.00x0.45x6.00 inches. This item is printed on demand. Bookseller Inventory # zk1479221538