"The River Inside"
Readers of publisher Nelson Spencer's Leadline column will have
heard about photographer John Guider, who specializes in rarely
seen platinum prints. In August 2003, Guider walked out the back
door of his home in Franklin, Tenn., and placed a canoe in the creek behind his house. Three months later, he had paddled all the way to
Photo courtesy FRP
Along the way, Guider kept a detailed journal and took hundreds of remarkable photographs, documenting a journey that led him down
five rivers, including the Mississippi. A traveling exhibition of his
photography and this companion coffee-table book chronicle his
life-changing experience and bring this adventure to you.
To order, click here.
"What to Expect Cruising America's Great Loop"
Is 2011 the year you're going to do the Great Loop? If so, contributor
Bob Duthie has put together the ideal gift, a CD-ROM titled "What to
Expect Cruising America's Great Loop." It provides more than 2,400
photos with six hours of narration that covers Bob & Mavis Duthie's adventures doing the Loop.
Photo courtesy Bob Duthie
Recently a U.S. Army pilot in Afghanistan wrote Duthie to say, "Just so you know, your CD's are causing me to lose sleep. The only flaw I have
found is that there is no good stopping point, so I just keep watching.
Oh well, I don't have to work tomorrow anyway!"
Click here to order or to get more information about cruising products
from Duthie Learning.
Photographs by Sandy Steele
Work by the outstanding photographer Sandy Steele frequently
appears in the pages of HeartLand Boating and in this newsletter. Remember this beauty from last month? It's an autumn sunset
over Lake Cumberland.
Photo by Sandy Steele
Mrs Steele writes to say that if anyone is interested in a large print of
one of her photos that has run in the newsletter, she can provide one
suitable for framing. Click here to get in touch with her if you'd like to