Hanging By Threads :Part One Volume I

Volume One of Hanging By Threads: Part One delves into the media's false portrayal of actual events surrounding a US Navy rescue at sea of two women and their two dogs in October 2017. Successfully sailing in the Pacific Ocean is a survival story often filled with entertaining episodes of ocean experiences without the media spinning a fish tale of its own... More
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About Jennifer Appel

Hanging By Threads volumes 1, 2, 3 and 4 are the most recent diatribes of my life.
Prior to the US Navy rescue at sea, Jennifer had an illustrious career as a registered landscape architect, practicing in multiple states. Concerned about pet health and lawn chemicals, Appel created Malama Aina - a soil conditioner system for Certified Organic food which was originally touted as Pet Friendly Fertilizer in the late 1990s. in the early 2000s, Appel Green Roof was created from the rooftop gardeing aspect of landscape architecture and civil/structural engineering. The 10# per sq ft green roof system saves about 30% off a single story utility bill on day one of the installation. This activity expaned into the practice of architecture with Applejacks Housing Hawaii. Applejacks Housing Hawaii focuses on master planning, sustainaable architecture, large scale residential, tiny houses, emergency shelters and cost effective solutions to the homeless issues plaguing the world. Jennifer's achievements skydiving, as a skydiving coach, racing motorcycles, flying in a MIG 21, climbing the Great Wall of China in mongul territory, sailing as well as travelling about 2/3 of the Earth have led her to the understanding that the person who you need to impress most - is YOURSELF.

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