Busy Doing Nothing Book Review
Crossing the Pacific in a small sailboat for 51 days, Rekka & Devine’s sense of adventure is impressive to say the least. But there’s nothing showy or attention-seeking about their journey. This annotated logbook orbits around the small details of life aboard their vessel, Pino — food, sleep, weather, warmth. The ocean’s dangers pounce unexpectedly, and so do its moments of joy. There is some room for philosophical asides, but for the most part this is a book about the reality of the world right in front of your face.