Phil McCaleb


Phil McCaleb practiced law in northern California for more than 32 years, and taught law related classes at the university level for 24 years. He has previously authored a monograph titled Race, Poverty, and the Public Service, written under a grant from the Danforth Foundation, and has co-authored Cruising Notes, What to Know Before You Go (now in its sixth edition); and Cruising Notes, Underway to Mexico. The latter two books have been written in connection with sailing seminars he has conducted for eight years. His current book, On the Wind, is a tongue-in-cheek tale of three years of chasing the wind at sea.

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On the Wind
Price: $7.99 USD. Words: 29,730. Language: English. Published: December 14, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Travel » Travel photography
Anyone who has stood on the deck of a boat under sail, dreamed of far off places, or felt even a tinge of wanderlust will delight in this often tongue-in cheek tale of chasing the wind at sea. You’ll laugh, be enchanted by people, places, and sea life – and may even shed a tear or two along the way.

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