Now available – Merlin Magic

On this very day, 23 years ago, Dave Chambers and I set off into the early morning sunshine in a battered Belgian VW Golf, towing a tiny boat called Merlin. We were heading for Brittany, where we planned to spend the next month based in the Port Rhu Maritime Museum, Douarnenez, from where we would explore the Breton coastline – a coastline with a deservedly fearsome reputation. One flaw in this plan was that we had omitted to inform the Port Rhu Museum of our plan…
Dave intended to live on this boat with me for two weeks, then would head off to explore the Breton countryside for two weeks while Ceci came to to join me for a further two weeks on Merlin. Dave therefore had his own set of adventures in the argoat of Brittany…
You can now read about our collective adventures in an Amazon Kindle e-book. A further version should be available through the Apple iStore for use on iPads shortly, while paperback and hardback versions (with illustrations!) will be available through Blurb Publishing (and probably through Amazon) within a month or so.
It was a magical four weeks. I hope that you enjoy them as much as we did:
Alternative 6x9in e-book cover 72dpi

Author: Richard Lindsay

Having worked for 20 years in the UK statutory nature conservation agencies as Peatland Specialist in the Chief Scientist Team, I then moved to the University of East London where I ran the nature conservation degrees for several years. Now I mainly undertake research and support peatland conservation activities, including the IUCN UK Peatland Programme, within UEL's Sustainability Research Institute. I also paint.

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