Monterey Bay 1960: The Lady of Cannery Row

Monterey Bay 1960: The Lady of Cannery Row

by Glen Watson


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Dive into this romantic adventure as 19-year old scuba diver Robert discovers the joys of the underwater beauty of Monterey Bay and a passionate encounter with a lady on Cannery Row.

This coming of age tale tells of young man from Montana who practices scuba diving in a murky lake and river of his homeland. This practice of scuba diving with his brothers and creating some of their own equipment, eventually leads him to the spectacular wonders of scuba diving off the rugged but beautiful coast of Monterey Bay and Cannery Row. Robert teaches his friends the art of scuba diving, and together they dive, often in heavy surf, among kelp forests, sea lions, sea otters, moray eels, and various sharks, knowing that great white sharks also inhabit Monterey Bay, that is part of what is known as the Red Triangle, named for blood in the water from shark attacks. But it's what Robert discovers on land that awakens him to the true meaning of love, relationships and self respect that commands respect of others.

Robert learns about friendships, and love and gives a dose of old fashioned whoop ass to bullies he meets along the way.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780615633732
Publisher: Glen Watson
Publication date: 04/19/2012
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

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