The true story of best friends who kayak around the Big Island of Hawaii in 16 days. The 300 mile adventure is the first attempt at kayaking for Mickey Sarraille the author and leg amputee. His best friend is Kelly Harrison a long-time waterman and son of surfing legend Lorrin "Whitey" Harrison. The grueling paddle of 6-9 hours a day in the adverse conditions of Hawaii. Wind and waves batter the two each day as they make their way to safe refuge at secluded beaches to camp and cook the fish they caught on the marathon paddle. They average close to 20 miles a day, encountering sharks, whales, dolphins, turtles, and some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Surfing and diving along the way, it is the adventure of a lifetime. Turns out they are the first to make the nonstop voyage of nearly half a million strokes! The story inspires everyone and leaves you craving the beauty of the islands...
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About the Author
Mickey Sarraille is a 53 year old residing in Wildomar California. An amputee, a 30 year hangglider pilot, big wave bodyboarder, skier, author, kayak adventurer, world traveler, retired welder. google him or follow on facebook
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This book is great for people who like adventure