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Sailing Down the Moonbeam by Mary Gottschalk
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Sailing Down the Moonbeam

by Mary Gottschalk

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With a destination loosely defined as the rest of the world, Mary and her husband Tom, leave behind family, friends and successful finance careers in New York City and embark on a five-year sailing adventure. As the voyage takes her farther and farther from traditional support systems, as her world becomes more and more defined by forces outside her control, Mary reexamines what it means to be a daughter, a friend, a professional, and a wife. Her travels through often uncharted waters and remote island communities offer a compelling metaphor for a fascinating journey of self-discovery.

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