Ken Medernach


Squeezed into this world in Savannah, Georgia September 16, sometime after the Great Depression and before WWII, attended Savannah public schools. Episcopalian, Boy Scout, Sailor, Adventurer, Author, Balloon Pilot, U.S. Coast Guard, Fisherman, Teller of Tall Tales. Ken's first sailing adventure is outlined in his book, "On the High Seas", other adventures followed in random order of distance, excitement, danger, intrigue.

He has explored the back streets of Bimini, Nassau, Havana, Savannah, Old Cancun, Miami, Villa Rica, Ga., Bismarck and Minot, ND and many others. He scuba dived with Jacques Cousteau's crew (Jacques was absent), climbed pyramids in Central America and the Yucatan. Hunted and captured rattlesnakes in south Georgia, 'rasseled' an alligator with Seminole Indians, .... ... .. .

Ken lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife Meg and two dogs and 2 cats.

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On The High Seas
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 18,320. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2011. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Autobiographies & Memoirs
A swashbuckling seaman and adventurer, tells some of his true life tales. 'On the High Seas' is a collection of short stories based on true life experiences of Ken Medernach, involving the author’s life on the water. On the High Seas was written to inspire young people to seek their dreams, but only after they have adequately prepared themselves for the task.

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