Journey to the Ocean s End

Journey to the Ocean s End

Why is it called Ocean's End ? Well , once we are safe at Ocean's End ,. It sure is pretty here . It's nice to be above ground . In the open air . Do you know anything about Ocean's End ? Only that it is an ancient hidden city ...

Author: Megan Miller

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510765757

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 202

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The fifth book in the S.Q.U.I.D. Squad graphic novel series for Minecrafters written by New York Times bestselling author Megan Miller. The S.Q.U.I.D. Squad is made up of three bold children who are part of a secret, underwater society of Book Guardians. They combine their unique talents to solve mysteries, right wrongs, and explore the oceans! With their secret base discovered, the Book Guardians, bent on protecting their culture, must find a new headquarters far from the Pillagers. As they set out for the Ocean’s End, a faraway, uncharted sea, a surprise Pillager attack splits the voyagers up. It is up to the stranded S.Q.U.I.D. Squad to save the library of ancient books that the Pillagers want to burn and find their way to their new base. A mysterious underwater witch sends them on a dangerous path through swimming skeletons and poisonous sea pickles, but the witch’s magic spells—from super-fast swimming potions and endless invisi-food—may cause more problems than they solve. With the fate of their community resting on their shoulders, Inky, Max, and Luke will use everything they’ve got to outsmart the Pillagers.
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Ocean s End Travels Through Endangered Seas

Ocean s End Travels Through Endangered Seas

The final chapter offers some practical , real - world strategies for remedying our dysfunctional relationship with the oceans , integrating the ideas of many people who have devoted their lives to marine resource management .

Author: Colin Woodard

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:35007003437567

Category: Nature

Page: 332

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Discusses the state of the world's oceans, discussing the demise of fisheries, the deaths of coral reefs, the effects of sea-level rise, and the creation of dead zones from pollution
Categories: Nature

Ocean to Ocean on Horseback

Ocean to Ocean on Horseback

Being the Story of a Tour in the Saddle from the Atlantic to the Pacific; with Especial Reference to the Early ... View in Woodward's Garden , San Francisco , The Pacific Ocean , End of Journey , PAGE 235 241 245 255 265 279 303 313 321 ...

Author: Willard W. Glazier

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: SRLF:AA0008593840

Category: American literature

Page: 544

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It was the intention of the writer to publish a narrative descriptive of his overland tour from the Atlantic to the Pacific soon after returning from California in 1876, and his excuse for the delay in publication is that a variety of circumstances compelled him to postpone for a time the duty of arranging the contents of his journal until other pressing matters had been satisfactorily attended to. Again, considerable unfinished literary work, set aside when he began preparation for crossing the Continent, had to be resumed, and for these reasons the story of his journey from "Ocean to Ocean on Horseback" is only now ready for the printer. In view of this delay in going to press, the author will endeavor to show a due regard for the changes time has wrought along his line of march, and[viii] while noting the incidents of his long ride from day to day, it has been his aim so far as possible to discuss the regions traversed, the growth of cities and the development of their industries from the standpoint of the present.
Categories: American literature

The Veins of the Ocean

The Veins of the Ocean

I don't tell him there are no fences out there marking where the oceans end and the seas begin. It's the same water flowing free. I read in one of the cottage magazines that a single wave can travel around the whole world before it hits ...

Author: Patricia Engel

Publisher: Atlantic Books

ISBN: 9781611859584

Category: Fiction

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Reina Castillo's beloved brother is serving a death sentence for a crime that shocked the community - a crime for which Reina secretly blames herself. When she is at last released from her seven-year prison vigil, Reina moves to a sleepy town in the Florida Keys seeking anonymity. There, she meets Nesto, a recently exiled Cuban awaiting with hope the arrival of the children he left behind in Havana. Through Nesto's love of the sea and capacity for faith, Reina comes to understand her own connections to the life-giving and destructive forces of the ocean that surrounds her as well as its role in her family's troubled history. Set in the vibrant coastal and Caribbean communities of Miami; the Florida Keys; Havana, Cuba; and Cartagena, Colombia, The Veins of the Ocean is a wrenching exploration of what happens when life tests the limits of compassion, and a stunning and unforgettable portrait of fractured lives finding solace in the beauty and power of the natural world, and in one another.
Categories: Fiction

Man vs Ocean One Man s Journey to Swim The World s Toughest Oceans

Man vs Ocean   One Man s Journey to Swim The World s Toughest Oceans

One Man's Journey To Swim The World's Toughest Oceans Adam Walker. any in, just squirting it into my mouth and ... I so badly wanted the swim to end and I started counting down the time in my head. I reached thirty minutes and I still ...

Author: Adam Walker

Publisher: Kings Road Publishing

ISBN: 9781786064417

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 300

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Adam Walker is not your everyday record-breaking sportsman. He took on arguably the toughest extreme sport on the planet – to swim non-stop across seven of the world’s deadliest oceans wearing only swim trunks, cap and goggles. It is not a test for the faint-hearted. In 2007, Adam, then a toaster salesman, was inspired by a film about a man attempting to change his life by swimming the English Channel to try to emulate the feat. After a year of rigorous training without a coach, Adam achieved his goal in 11 hours 35 minutes, despite a ruptured bicep tendon leading to medical advice to give up long-distance swimming. In 2011, after two operations and a change to his swimming style to take pressure off his injured shoulder, he became the first Briton to achieve a two-way crossing from Spain to Morocco and back. In the process, he broke the British record one way. Shortly afterwards, the Ocean’s Seven challenge was born, a gruelling equivalent to the Seven Summits mountaineering challenge. At first it seemed that injury would prevent Adam from participating but, ignoring medical advice, he developed an innovative technique – the Ocean Walker stroke – that would enable him to continue with the ultimate aim of completing this seemingly impossible feat. Whether man would triumph over ocean, or fail in the attempt, forms the core of this extraordinary autobiography. Always intriguing, sometimes terrifying, and occasionally very funny, Adam’s story is about sport in its truest form: rather than competitions between teams and individuals, it is about man against nature – and against his own failings and demons. In that, it is truly inspirational.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Churchman

The Churchman

TRAVEL OCEAN HOUSE , , BEAVER LONG BRANCH , N , J. Open June 29th , 1895 . ... 1 HOTEL LA PIERRE , THE LEHMAN , “ The Berkshire Inn , " C IRELAND are Ocean End of Kentucky Avenue , ATLANTIC CITY , N. J. RESORTS . SEA ROUTE TO SAN ...

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ISBN: UOM:39015084609836

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The Longest Walk

The Longest Walk

“George Meegan, you have strived, it seems, forever, and now you have made the longest unbroken foot journey in history. ... The oil companies controlled the Arctic Ocean end of the road, and as far as I could determine they had never ...

Author: George Meegan

Publisher: Book Venture Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9781641669719

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 382

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In 2000, he brought out “Democracy Reaches the Kids!” This garnered the only “Extraordinary” US Visa ever issued in education. He’d found that western education itself was responsible for the loss of first nation languages & culture, worldwide — one every day. His discovery could instead guarantee them all! To preserve these treasures has become the central mission of George’s outgoing years.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

A Journey to the Northern Ocean

A Journey to the Northern Ocean

... Captain David Vaughan Commander, upon a discovery to the Northward; and to that end have given you power and authority to act and do all things relating to the said voyage, the navigation of the said ship and sloop only excepted; ...

Author: Samuel Hearne

Publisher: TouchWood Editions

ISBN: 9781926971070

Category: History

Page: 320

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Widely recognized as a classic of northern-exploration literature, A Journey to the Northern Ocean is Samuel Hearne's story of his three-year trek to seek a trade route across the Barrens in the Northwest Territories. Hearne was a superb reporter, from his anguished description of the massacre of helpless Eskimos by his Indian companions to his meticulous records of wildlife, flora and Indian manners and customs. As esteemed author Ken McGoogan points out in his foreword: Hearne demonstrated that to thrive in the north, Europeans had to apprentice themselves to the Native peoples who had lived there for centuries-a lesson lost on many who followed. First published in 1795, more than two decades after Hearne had completed his trek, the memoir was originally called A Journey from Prince of Wales's Fort in Hudson's Bay to the Northern Ocean in the years 1769, 1770, 1771, and 1772. This Classics West edition brings a crucial piece of Canadian history back into print.
Categories: History

Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Arctic Ocean in 1833 1834 and 1835

Narrative of a Journey to the Shores of the Arctic Ocean  in 1833  1834  and 1835

Captain Back's servant , William Mallay , at the end of the sixth mile was so completely fatigued , that we were reluctantly obliged to encamp . The poor fellow , very much against his inclination , had accepted the office of cook ...

Author: Richard King

Publisher:

ISBN: OXFORD:N10594351

Category: Arctic regions

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Categories: Arctic regions

Oceans of Wisdom

Oceans of Wisdom

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step We are all on an endless journey, but there is only one journey: going inside ... “It is good to have an end to journey toward, but it is the journey that matters in the end.

Author: Linda J T

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 9781452572345

Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

Page: 240

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Oceans of Wisdom is a collection of stories about wisdom, the ocean’s wisdom, pleasures of the ocean, life at the beach, ocean facts and creatures, and some of my personal stories about life. Most chapters open with a quote filled with ideas. I have set up this book in small chapters as thoughts to take with you to the beach or to keep on your bedside table, to think about throughout your life. I share the stories so you can be inspired and also to strengthen you, wherever you may be on your journey through-out your life. Maybe this book will nudge you in the direction of something new or just help you to make some sense of the journey you are about to take. I believe that the time you spend, whether reading or being in nature, at the beach, getting a massage, or meditating, is the time for your soul. I hope when you read this book that it speaks to you in a special way, the way the ocean has in my life. I seek to capture the essence of the mind and to share the oceans of wisdom with you.
Categories: Body, Mind & Spirit