are kindred spirits! Your book is what my soul has been longing for... peace! I
love your writing.
“At the End of the Ferry” was a delightful glimpse into a world most of us only
dream of. My mind truly escaped from the busyness and stress of this life.
While I read Suzy's words, I got completely lost...lost in the sound of the
waves crashing on the seawall and the smell of homemade soup.
made me want to book a one-way ticket to the peninsula and experience the
wonder for myself. But instead I'll just reread “At the End of the Ferry” and
get lost again. And again. And again.
of 3 young children
Walters’ adventurous “road less traveled” has not been extreme but it has been
unique. From a childhood that discovered faith and nature in a wilderness
backyard just over the fence, Susan learned to machete her way thru the bushes
and wild to find what so few today take time to explore—a yard with few limits
and without peer.
From that simple beginning, her love for nature and
all its trimmings was born. Later she progressed to a greater field of nature
as she and her husband spent nearly a decade living and exploring the great
outdoors of the High Sierras.
As work opportunities increased the couple chose to
follow a dream rather than a career path. That dream led them to a northwest
lifestyle that typically only existed in the pages of history books; a love of
the land, a gutsy pioneer spirit, a new found connection between the Creator
and His creation.
This world was found at The End of the Ferry, a tale of one
woman’s life for one year.