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  • Great Loop Cruising: Two on a Trawler | Katie Hamilton,Gene Hamilton

    Great Loop Cruising: Two on a Trawler

    • UNABRIDGED (3 hrs and 14 mins)
    • By Katie Hamilton, Gene Hamilton
    • Narrated By Joyce Porter
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    The 5,000+ mile route of the Loop Cruise follows historic seaport towns, natural wilderness and coastal fishing communities on a navigable protected waterway that make it an adventure of a lifetime for boaters who dream of seeing the United States and Canada from the helm of their own boat. We were lucky enough to make this journey on our 36-foot trawler, High Life, and chronicled our voyage.

    Amazon Customer says: "Great story, other than mispronounciations"
  • The Funny Honey | Philip R. Harrison

    The Funny Honey

    • UNABRIDGED (8 mins)
    • By Philip R. Harrison
    • Narrated By Joyce Porter
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    Bailey Bear was an ordinary bear. He liked playing with his friends, eating honey and generally spending his days exploring the forest where he lives in his comfy den. One of Bailey's favorite past times was to search for yummy honey. He loves eating berries, nuts and plants, but his favorite is honey. One day, Bailey was deep in the forest sniffing around, nibbling on some yummy morsels that he found, when he picked up a curious scent.

    R. M. Williams says: "cute story"
  • Path of Cowards | P. M. Stan

    Path of Cowards

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 43 mins)
    • By P. M. Stan
    • Narrated By Joyce Porter
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    In 1950, 20-year-old Anna Loman moves to a Detroit suburb. She eagerly agrees to care for her neighbor's young daughter. Ultimately, it is up to Anna to keep the child out of the clutches of a deadly tyrant. It is a story about oppression and murder that portrays the stoical strength of a woman, the lives of two families, and the struggles of immigrants.

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