Big Horn, Wyoming, and Coronado, California, are as different as two places could be. One is located at the base of the picturesque Big Horn, Mountains and the other is a sophisticated tourist destination across the bay from San Diego. Despite the distance between them, fate brought two men together-one from Big Horn and the other from Coronado-and together they made a connection that lasted a lifetime.
Victor and Connections to Pacific Spiny Lobster shares the compelling story of how lifelong educator Marvin Nottingham and Wyoming rancher Victor Garber built a friendship linked by unique characters each met along the way as they traveled, worked on the ranch, and dove for lobster in the Pacific Ocean. From Sonny Pamperin, who was eaten by a shark, to "Sharky," a fighter pilot who required hundreds of stitches to repair a bump from a shark, Nottingham shares a vibrant exploration of experiences that provide an unforgettable glimpse into the lives of two men.
In his memoir, Nottingham offers a series of entertaining vignettes that prove that life is definitely more fun when one has a good buddy by his side.