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hpr2070 :: Adventures with Jonathan Slocum

Join me on an audio video adventure with Captain Slocum and another Robert W Service ballad

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A 3 layer Birthday Cake

With Frosting

May I suggest that you partake of the layers in this order?

  1. Voyage of the Liberdade by Joshua Slocum
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    Find the book in all available forms (HTML, EPub, Text, Kindle) at:
    The text file is here:
    First create an espeak of the text file:
    Voyage of the Liberdade by Joshua Slocum
    To create an espeak run this commmand against the text file:

    espeak -f location_text -w output_file_here(.whatever_extension_you_want)

    Or read the book old school

  2. Sailing Alone Around the World by Joshua Slocum (Audio Book read by Alan Chant)

  3. A YouTube Movie that explains more about Captain Slocum.

The Cremation of Sam McGee Robert W. SERVICE (1874 - 1958) Read by Kristin Hughes


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Comment #1 posted on 2016-07-09T16:43:41Z by Frank

It was nice to hear Project Gutenberg and Librivox get some publicity. They are two of the most worthwhile projects on the innerwebs.

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