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Travels With Puff, By Richard Bach

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  • Richard Back flying with Dan McKenzie at Valkaria Airport
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This is the book that Richard Bach wrote after purchasing & flying 'Puff', a SeaRey from Florida to WA State.

"A few years ago, someone asked me by way of their T-shirt, Got Freedom? Here's, a bit delayed and by way of two small seaplanes and a continent ten thousand horizons wide, my answer."--Richard Bach

In the tradition of John Steinbeck's Travels with Charley, and Richard Bach's own bestseller, Illusions, Travels with Puff recounts Bach' journey from Florida to Washington state in his small seaplane. With humor, wisdom and insight that could only come from one of the worlds most beloved authors and an accomplished pilot, and more than 180 stunning color photographs, Travels with Puff challenges our ideas of fate and our futures, and asks us how can we prepare for the emergencies in our own lives? Can we ever really be safe? And, is being safe always what we want?

 

Editorial Reviews

 

 

"Richard Bach...inspires us to find our passion and pursue it with the same child heart he shows each time he puts words on paper."--The State Journal-Register

 

 "In 2012, Bach suffered a near-fatal crash in this craft...so the text overflows with...dramatic and other ironies, his characteristic effervescent...'you call down your angels, and somehow they see you through your storms'."--Kirkus Reviews (Note from The Searey Specialist - Puff has been rebuilt and Richard Bach is once again enjoying flight with his Searey)


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