By Joe Dunn

Paperback | $30
ISBN 978-1-945551-21-5

The Most Interesting Man in the World

Few men walk easily in two cultures, let alone the numerous worlds Wayne Penn Schafer inhabits. Fewer still do so while creating friendships that crisscross the globe and link generations. If your interest lies in surfing, sailing, skiing, fishing, photography, music, real estate, networking, and/or living an active bachelor’s life well into your ninth decade, you can stop searching Amazon’s “How To” section now and dig into Indian. Everything you want to know about how to live life to the fullest, on your own terms—with honor, integrity, fun, and goodwill—is found in the adventures that make up the life, to date, of the Osage Waterman.

Joe Dunn, successful real-estate executive, surfer, and longtime friend, chronicles Wayne’s life from what some would consider ignoble beginnings. Born in America in the late 1920s to an Osage American Indian father and California-raised mother, Wayne has built an enviable life as an expert sportsman in more sports than can be listed here, and on top of that, he’s been a successful businessman. In the pages of Indian, you’ll be introduced to a man who has found his way through life via thoughtful consideration of himself and others. The Osage Waterman’s path is as interesting and instructive as the life he has shaped.

— Excerpt from Indian‘s Foreword by Peter H. Dailey

About the Author

joeJoe Dunn is a Los Angeles native and along with his wife, Ellie, has been a Capistrano Beach homeowner since 1963. A surfer to this day, Joe is a real estate investor and the former managing partner of the Charles Dunn Company. He’s currently at work on a history of the Charles Dunn Company, which was founded by his grandfather in Los Angeles in the early 20th century.


Pocket of Paradise 
September 2008
ISBN 978-0-9753939-7-0