Today is the first day you can buy Where Dolphins Walk. This memoir from a commercial airline pilot who has traveled the world brings a level of thoughtfulness and meaning to how we move through the world…not only while traveling, but in our daily lives.
With profound consideration and lively stops in a number of the world’s most beautiful countries, Douglas Andrew Keen gives readers a global cultural tour. The weight of his experiences happen in South America, where he eventually lived for a time before returning to the US.
Throughout his journeys and the book, Keen returns time and again to the message conveyed by the subtitle: A Memoir of Bridging National Lifestyles, Positive Change, and the Powers of Silence.
Destined to become the modern-day A Year in Provence for South America’s many jewels, Where Dolphins Walk connects readers with the global harmony that Keen so clearly feels is not only possible, but is present for everyone who wishes to engage respectfully with other cultures.
Read this over the holidays, and you’ll know exactly where you want to go for your vacations…and possibly for the rest of your life.
Douglas Andrew Keehn was an avid saltwater angler and deckhand as a teenager. Born in NYC, he was raised in the Chelsea section of Manhattan. He began flying at age seventeen, and has been a flight officer for a major commercial airline for thirty-three years.
After crossing numerous U.S., Canadian, and Mexican cities, his travels shifted south to Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, Peru, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay. He resided in Florianopolis, SC, Brazil for more than six years.