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Pancakes and Coffee: A Canoe Trek through the Alaskan Wilderness

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 12, 2001

    Do you like adventure?

    If you like books about true adventures and modern day explorers, you will enjoy this one. In this time of technology and hustle and bustle, you rarely find people who explore and live in areas uninhabited by man. But these brave and adventurous people still do exist, though they are hard to find. This book has been written by one of these rare people, Gary Myers. He calls himself a hermit because he is rarely around other people. He tells about his daily struggle to survive and the beauty of nature and wild animals that he encounters. What is it like to stuggle for food and even your life? To find out, sit back and enter into this explorer's world with the book, 'Pancakes & Coffee.'

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2000

    A non - fiction adventure in the wilds of Alaska

    You will be captivated by author and modern day explorer, Gary Lee Myers, as you read about his life-threatening trials while exploring the wilderness of southeast Alaska. Experience his battles with the savage ocean while in his canoe, his confrontations with bears and killer whales, food and water shortages, being lost on the ocean in his canoe and other daily adventures in this true story.

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