This book explores the joy of cruising the Carolina
coast and reflects the importance family and friends
play in our success both on the water and in life. Of
course, there is also a healthy emphasis on humor and
the need to laugh at ones mistakes when they are exposed
for all to see.
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is a good collection of essays about the sea and the
life that can be found thereon, and the fun that can
be had getting to that lifestyle."
Latitudes & Attitudes
Hard to put down! Don't start reading
Hard Aground at bedtime. I couldn't put this book down,
and was up half the night reading and laughing"
The Ensign, Official Magazine of United States
just read (and enjoyed) your book. Then I passed it
on to Ted and Betty Brewer. They have BOTH read (and
enjoyed) it. Ted was quoting from it before the weekend
- Karen Larson, Good Old Boat Magazine
there is a better nautical writer when it comes to relationships
and family interactions on the water, we don't know
who it is."
Claiborne Young, Cruising Guide to North Carolina
has an excellent ear for words and can be considered
one of North Carolina's nautical and natural treasures."
Dave Martin, contributing writer for Cruising World
for your latest Hard Aground column, Eddie. Mel was
wondering why I was laughing so early in the morning."
Tom Neale, former editor/writer for Cruising World