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Sun Oct 13, 2019 2:25 pm

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I decided to revisit a very good sailing book. It is Bucking The Tide by David Buckman. (I have a signed copy)
Definitively not a log book trancribed. Very well written. Inspirational and full of anecdotes about places and people.
Anybody else know about this book?

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Sun Oct 13, 2019 6:22 pm

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Michel wrote:
I decided to revisit a very good sailing book. It is Bucking The Tide by David Buckman. (I have a signed copy)
Definitively not a log book trancribed. Very well written. Inspirational and full of anecdotes about places and people.
Anybody else know about this book?



I have it on my bookshelf as we speak. Thought it was a good book



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