Plunge: Crafting the Uncommon Midlife

| July 11, 2013

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Plunge: Crafting the Uncommon Midlife

Crooked Island, Bahamas. It was in the Bermuda Triangle, Hurricane Alley and had all manner of biting insects. Somehow all Fritz Damler and Mari Anderson saw was paradise. One short year after visiting friends there, they traded their stateside lives for a boat, an oceanside acre and four winters of hand-crafting a new home, and new life.
Plunge in with them as they immerse themselves in upheaval and adventure, sometimes skimming along a calm surface, other times in way over their heads. Told from both points of view (think Venus and Mars in Paradise), the story gives weight to the word impulsive even while showing that life, especially midlife, invites chaos, course correction and change.
Don’t forget your swimsuit, sunscreen and Deep Woods Off.

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