Sailing the Pacific on a Journey of Self-Discovery | A Review of Sailing Down the Moonbeam by Mary Gottschalk

Today on my book blog, Found Between the Covers, you will find my review of Mary Gottschalk’s memoir, Sailing Down the Moonbeam. A portion of the review is below. It is my hope that you’ll follow the link provided to read the rest.

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Mary Gottschalk in her memoir, Sailing Down the Moonbeam, traverses two journeys — a five-year sailing adventure and a journey of self-discovery. Leaving behind everything they know, Gottschalk and her husband, Tom, decide to put everything on hold and strike out on an adventure most of us never contemplate.

Aboard their vessel, Salieri, Gottschalk not only increases her sailing knowledge but she begins to understand the impact of her childhood on her personality and in her marriage. The difficulties faced on board Salieri from time to time because of equipment and weather are surmounted and dealt with easily.

Read the rest here . . .

4 thoughts on “Sailing the Pacific on a Journey of Self-Discovery | A Review of Sailing Down the Moonbeam by Mary Gottschalk

  1. I have seen Mary’s comments on this and other blogs, and I think we are friends on Facebook; however, I had no idea she had this wonderful life as a voyager. The book’s title is choice and the name of the boat–well, I have to ask Mary if she has a love/hate relationship with Mozart!

    1. I think, Ionia, we all wish for the courage to walk away at certain points in time. This was a very interesting read. Hope you are getting along better these days.

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