Reflections on San Francisco Bay: A Kayaker's Tall Tales Volume 7: A Kayaker's Tall Tales: (Paperback)
For a group of San Francisco Bay Area residents, Thursday nights are reserved for kayaking on the bay. Islands, bights, caves, and more . . . no corner of the bay and its history are left unexplored. While the tales in this volume chronicle only the paddles in 2010, they are part of a longer time flow, starting in 2000. Better than any travel guide on San Francisco Bay, these volumes capture the flavor of one of the world's most renown bodies of water.
John Boeschen lives in Marin County, California, with his wife, Sandra. They have three grown sons. He has an undergraduate degree from Stanford University and a Masters degree from the University of Berkeley at California. Never able to settle down in one line of work, he has bounced around from being a freelance writer, science education specialist, textbook author, book publisher, software developer, and technical writer-editor. He claims to have finally found some stability kayaking around San Francisco Bay