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From the Arctic Circle to the Gulf of Mexico in a canoe; through the middle of Canada and the United States, and walk less than ten miles. More miles will be traveled up-south than down-south. A 5,200-mile expedition for some red-blooded American boy. Anemic need not apply! Eighteen-year-old Barry L. Lane responded to that ad in the summer of 1969. Less than a year later he was on a plane bound for the Arctic Circle and the adventure of a lifetime. Its Uphill Most of the Way Down is about the challenges he faced while traveling by canoe though some of the most dangerous and desolate areas of North America. This gripping adventure is filled with true life accounts that challenged his faith, summoned his courage, and developed his character. Take the adventure of a lifetime and experience the inspiration, comfort, and hope that comes from drawing on faith when fighting what seems like an uphill battle in Its Uphill Most of the Way Down.
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Dr. Barry Lane is a humorous and highly successful conference speaker on leadership and human relations topics. He served as Vice President of Learning Services at Minnesota State Community and Technical College, part of the Minnesota State College and University System. Dr. Lane has written a variety of articles for educational, professional and secular publications. He earned his M.A in Communications from the University of Minnesota and his doctoral degree (DSL) in Strategic Leadership from Regent University, West Virginia. Dr. Lane and his wife, Terry, have two children (both married). Daughter, Jodi Raisl co-authored “It’s Uphill Most of the Way Down.” Jodi Raisl is a stay at home mom who enjoys cooking in her spare time. She is an avid reader. She received her degree in youth ministry from Crown College in Minnesota. Building great relationships with family and friends and sharing life, love, and faith is a huge part of who Jodi is. She and her husband, Matt, share the gift of hospitality and love hosting friends and family whenever they can. Pursuing her dream of writing, Jodi was proud to join her father, Barry, in compiling this story.
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Book Description Tate Publishing, 2009. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1606047752