Down The Mississippi, by Neal Moore and Cindy Lovell, is a novel about Moore's experiences down the Mississippi River by means of his canoe and paddle. Following the same water route as Mark Twain and his legendary steamboat, Moore catalogs his experiences and the people he meets along the river.
The design of this book was inspired by the rustic and durable nature of Moore's canoe paddle. Each chapter starts with a photograph, taken by Moore, and short caption that introduces the reader to a new dimension of his adventure.
Photo Credit: Neal Moore
"Make it Right NOLA," Photo Credit: Adam Elliott
Canoeist Logo and Mississippi River Map: Arron Hsueh