The Sharks of Lake Nicaragua: True Tales of Adventure, Travel, and Fishing by Randy Wayne White
- Publisher: Lyons Press; 1st edition (September 1, 2000)
- Language: English
- Paperback: 232 pages
Whether hes engaging in mock aerial combat or riding an Iditarod sled, Randy Wayne White is one of Americas most adventurous travelers. In this collection he studies anti-terrorist driving techniques, dives for golf balls in an alligator-infested pond, hunts his fellow man with a paint gun, ice-fishes for walleye with X-ray-stunned night-crawlers, and goes pig-shooting with Dr. Pavlov. With self-effacing optimism, White captures the joys and fears of wandering the earths surface with an eclectic cast of fellow travelers: a frog that wont jump, a group of expatriate Brits whove developed an interesting cure for road jaundice, and even a mad Australian scientist. Though he rarely finds what hes looking forlike the legendary landlocked bull sharks of Lake Nicaraguahe develops a Zen-like passion for the means and a rare ability to revel in the rib-aching humor of each exotic trip. In the end, White leaves the reader mesmerized by the potential of undiscovered places and the promise of endless adventure in unfamiliar territory, from Florida to Borneo and everywhere in between. A leader of the new breed of thick-skinned, high-endurance adventure travelers of the 1990s, Randy Wayne White uniquely extols the pleasures of being alone and on the move.
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