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Forty years on the Pacific

the lure of the great ocean, a book of reference for the traveler and pleasure for the stay-at-home
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Excerpt from Forty Years on the Pacific: The Lure of the Great Ocean, a Book of Reference for the Traveler A good many years ago - more than I like to confess - it dawned on me that I was getting too old for the deck sports that enliven a long sea-voyage; so I decided on a new sport for myself: to pass the time in setting down impressions of ocean travel, the places I visited, and the 5/5(1).

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