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Why Do All the Locals Think We're Crazy?: Three Men, Three Kayaks, the Caribbean, and One Bad Idea Paperback – May 31, 2014
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About the Author
Scott Finazzo has been a professional firefighter for seventeen years and is currently serving as a Lieutenant for the Overland Park (KS) Fire Department. He has been writing in various capacities for much of his life. With years of experience both preparing for and responding to disasters, he has developed a keen interest in survival. Scott maintains an intrinsic connection to travel and adventure. His self-reliance skills have been honed by undertaking ventures such as exploring the Rocky Mountains and several excursions into islands of the Caribbean.
Scott co-authored The Prepper's Workbook, which quickly became a national best seller, with Scott B. Williams and followed it up with the narrative of his kayak adventure through the Virgin Islands with two friends in self built sea kayaks titled Why Do All the Locals Think We're Crazy?. In the summer of 2015 Scott continued on the topic of public safety with the release of his third book The Neighborhood Emergency Response Handbook. Most recently Scott released Prepper's Survival Medicine and Prepper's Guide to Knots.
He has a Bachelor's Degree in Management and Human Relations and two Associate's Degrees. He currently lives in Lenexa, Kansas until he can relocate somewhere under a palm tree.
Follow Scott at scottfinazzo.com.
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Men who have little or no ocean experience build their own kayaks with no training in boat building and take off to travel around the Virgin Islands. Why? Well, because they can, or want to, or have temporary insanity. Probably all three combined! What could possibly go wrong? Nothing, right? *cough* I won't give spoilers away, but plenty can and does go wrong. On the other hand, plenty can and does go right.
The book is a good one, written in an easy to follow tone. I can almost hear the author, Scott Finazzo, reading to me. Yes, it is that kind of book.