Chasing Waves



Chasing Waves First surfing adventure narrative by a woman Sales benefit the Surfrider Foundation Amy Waeschle became a surf addict shortly after catching her first wave To her, surfing is of a feeling than a sport, combining the mental quest for exploration with the physicality of riding a wave Hunting down waves in remote corners of the world, from Morocco to Fiji to Canada, Waeschle has found unique and fascinating cultures that have changed her views and fostered her surfing mission Chasing Waves is her collection of interrelated stories based on these adventures and a chronicle of her evolution from nervous newbie to self confident and skillful surfer Anyone who has ever longed for a daring diversion from day job and doldrums will connect with these tales of wanderlust, vagabonding, and riding the surf. New Download [ Chasing Waves ] author [ Amy Waeschle ] – therehabboutique.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 167 pages
  • Chasing Waves
  • Amy Waeschle
  • English
  • 09 May 2017
  • 1594851131

10 thoughts on “Chasing Waves

  1. Audrey says:

    I knew we were onto something good when we passed a disquieting bit of voodoo a molding cloth doll with fraying yellow yarn hair and no eyes nailed through the head to a baby fir tree The path was lined with salal shrubs, ferns, the occasional spiky devil s club, salmonberries, and a mixed canopy of alder, fir, and huge cedar When I first heard the surf, filtering through the thicket, my heartbeat quickened.Synopsis A collection of Waeschle s musings about learning to surf around the world.A I knew we were onto something good when we passed a disquieting bit of voodoo a molding cloth doll with fraying yellow yarn hair and no eyes nailed through the head to a baby fir tree The path was lined with salal shrubs, ferns, the occasional spiky devil s club, salmonberries, and a mixed canopy of alder, fir, and huge cedar When I first heard the surf, filtering through the thicket, my heartbeat quickened.Synopsis A collection of Waeschle s musings about learning to surf around the world.Amy Waeschle is a good travel writer Each of her pieces are detailed and personal, and she s got a knack for bringing exotic locales ...

  2. Margot says:

    Chasing Waves follows the author as she first learns to surf, the resulting obsession, and the surfing adventures that subsequently lead her around the world in search of great waves This memoir readslike a collection of short stories about her surfing adventures albeit, in chronological order than a cohesive narrative I wish there had been a littleabout how surfing fit into or affected her regular life Instead, each chapter is only about the next surf expedition Waeschle does Chasin...

  3. Dylan Roadie says:

    Fantastic book Related to the premise very much and it made me want to surf so bad

  4. Carol says:

    My niece, Amy, wrote this book She is an amazing, adventurous young woman I m bringing several copies to book club this month.

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