Kathryn's Crossing - A Journey to a Bridge in Africa
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|Format: ||Paperback / softback, 108 pages|
|Published In: ||United States, 20 August 2008|
Kathryn's Crossing takes you on a poetic journey into one of the most remote regions of Kenya. West Pokot is an area barely touched by the print of modern man, where the people live as their ancestors did for eons._____ This story begins with the love of two people, sweethearts from their youth, adventurers from their souls with a relentless quiet inward call that beckons them to reach out to others. They came to Africa to help build a bridge-one of many. You won't have to buy a ticket or pack a suitcase, for Lynn's writing will transport you into the world of Africa; her descriptions paint the scene. Imagine walking on a new swinging footbridge with turbulent brown waters below. This bridge enables the local people to cross safely, free from their daily fear of drowning or crocodiles._____ Kathryn's Crossing compares the affluent culture of California to one of the poorest areas of Kenya. This book will not only take you on a physical journey, but it will lead you on an emotional and spiritual journey as well._____ Lynn Brendlen, an avid hiker, was inspired to begin writing as she ascended a high granite peak overlooking the southern Sierras of California. Her passion for hiking has taken her across the globe from the rain forests of Costa Rica, Europe, the Mediterranean and Canada, to her treasured Africa. _____ Lynn currently lives in Saratoga, California with her husband of forty years.
21.59 x 13.97 x 0.66 centimetres (0.15 kg)|
15+ years |