By Ralph and Phyllis Nansen
odyssey is the story of a dream that wouldn’t
die and a stone boat that at last sailed
40,000 ocean miles.
Despite fake starts off, setbacks, and neartragedy,
a boat named Fram set sail on its oceangoing
adventure in 1987. this is often the tale of the
remarkable couple who dared to dream of sailing
the world’s oceans at the spark of an idea planted
while mankind was once aiming on the moon, and spent
the subsequent 3 many years finishing their odyssey.
Follow this awesome trip from the muddy
bayous of Louisiana, to the verdant wilderness
of British Columbia, and finally to the palmgraced
atolls of the South Pacific as they discover
how to sail, tips on how to construct a ship, and the way to live
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Stone Boat Odyssey by Ralph and Phyllis Nansen