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The days of trading sail are passing in the Caribbean. Here is a new book, written about the inter- island sloops which took produce between the islands of the West Indies.


About the Author

Jennifer May
jennpots French West Indies.
Boredom I have discovered is a great stimulant to writing. Travelling in a van, instead of a sail boat, there was nothing to pull on, no watch to keep, so I played with the dashboard buttons and windows until I was told off. What to do? I thought, here I am travelling, most people would wind the hind tail off a donkey to do this, so why am I going crazy. A little Zen training had happened some years before, "Notice" said the guru. "and write it down." So this is how and why I started to write. I am a complete novice, but what the heck. It is fun! If you meet me today I will want to know how your liver is working and if you use a double knot to tie your shoe laces. So beware. Life is interesting again!

Publish Date  April 07, 2012

Dimensions  Standard Portrait  36 pgs Standard Paper

Category  History

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