A memoir that is much more than an autobiography, this is a storyteller's recollection of an unlikely life: a landlocked Catskill country kid who surfed the world's best waves; a woodland-roaming farm boy whose employed life occurred on submarines; a northern skeptic who finished his course as a southern believer; and along the way a host of unforgettable characters whose lives enriched and filled-in this well-written narrative. Take a trip with the author to the Woodstock Festival or to the streets of San Francisco in the late sixties; travel the world; find true love; live to tell about it; enjoy the ride. Laced with humor, this is a book that will leave you disappointed when the end arrives...wishing for more.
Larry Edge is an electronic and computer technician living with his award-winning artist wife and her cat in southeastern Virginia...an experienced yarn spinner, part-time author, fading surfer, enthusiastic fisherman and skilled backyard mechanic.
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Richie Havens at Woodstock link
Aunt Tassie's kitchen link
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