A young Colorado ski racer falls in love with the freedom and sensuality of a remote Costa Rican rainforest. However, unlike most of us who return home from our tropical vacations, she sets out to make this sensation her life, and to help others experience it. With her own hands, and the help of a sexy Costa Rican boyfriend, she builds an ecolodge in the remote rainforest of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula.
During her journey, a tractor trailer rolls over on her, breaking her leg in four places, her house burns to the ground, and she completely runs out of money. These calamities only strengthen her resolve. In the end, she succeeds in building a lodge praised by media ranging from Travel + Leisure to CNN, and in helping people from all over the world experience one of the most biologically diverse places on earth. She also creates the nonprofit Whitehawk Foundation to save the Osa rainforest.
ISBN 978-1-60808-216-2 (Paperback)
Memoir / Women’s Nonfiction
6×9, 280 pages
Publication date: August 1, 2020
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