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Somewhere On The Road To Key West

Author: Michael Reisig
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780971369474
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In the fourth book of "The Road To Key West" series, Kansas Stamps and Will Bell once again find themselves hip-deep in madcap adventure - from bizarre to hysterical. The captivating diary of an amateur archeologist sends our intrepid explorers on a journey into the heart of the Panamanian jungle, in search of La cueva de Esmeralda (The Emerald Cave), and a lost Spanish treasure. But local brigand, Tu Phat Shong, and his gang of cutthroats are searching for the same treasure. It's a cat and mouse game - up the perilous Fangaso River, through the jungle and the boisterous mining towns, and into "The Village of the Witches," where nothing is as it seems... If that weren't enough, one of the Caribbean's nastiest drug lords has a score to settle with our reluctant heroes. (Something to do with an ancient golden medallion they "borrowed.") The word is out. There's a price on Kansas and Will's heads, and a conga line of hit men trailing them. As they careen across the Southern Hemisphere, our adventurers encounter some fascinating ladies as well, and experience an extraordinary romance. Be careful what you wish for."Somewhere On The Road To Key West" offers the standard plethora of zany characters: Rufus, the mystical Rastaman, who's convinced that luck is nothing more than "da gods adjusting da rabbit ears on da television of life", Benny The Rat, a struggling larcenist who's taking correspondence courses to become a bullfighter, Crazy Eddie and his aging but fabulous "Goose," Sundance, the sociopathic hypochondriac, and last but not least, "The Griffins." (There are some things you just don't mess with - like bubonic plague, nuclear weapons, and The Griffins...)So sit back, pour yourself margarita, and slide into the Caribbean for another wild and crazy caper. You're somewhere on The Road, again.

Bowling Across America

Author: Mike Walsh
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
ISBN: 1466812907
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Inspired by his father's unexpected passing, Mike Walsh, a 27 year-old Chicago advertising executive, quits his job to embark on a one-of-a-kind quest. The destination: bowling alleys in each of the 50 states. Though dubbed "career suicide" by colleagues, the endeavor soon touches a nerve among many people--from frustrated middle managers to radio talk show hosts to a woman who merely identifies herself as "Bowling Spice" in an innuendo-laden email. Conversations and adventures with the people he finds in bowling alleys at all hours of the day and night--retired Maine lobstermen, saucy European nannies, recovering addicts, former bowling champions, college students, World War II vets and lingerie saleswomen, to name a few--combine to form a picture of what America looks like while standing in a pair of rented shoes. Hilarious, insightful and at times moving, BOWLING ACROSS AMERICA is an epic journey that will enthrall readers everywhere.

What Is The Meaning Of Life

Author: Dream Catcher Paul Fisette
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 0557029228
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Synchronicity! "You leave on a Journey to write a book and you end up living the answer to the question you thought you were asking."How do you go about documenting YOUR "Journey of Discovery"? Paul Fisette left on an eight month tour around Canada and the United States living in his RV and came home with the answer to that age-old question, "What is the meaning of life?"But he didn't "just" find an answer; he actually "lived" the answer!His story, documented here, is three parts travelogue, two parts autobiography, one part storytelling, and one part theorizing. This recipe for arriving at an answer that has baffled the minds of many great thinkers from Plato to Einstein leaves us with a question that we must all be wondering.Can it be true?The only way to decide is to read this informative, witty, inquiring, emotionally charged, and inspirational story!

Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth 3

Author: Rough Guides
Publisher: Rough Guides UK
ISBN: 0241214424
Size: 33.85 MB
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Rough Guides' bestselling, inspirational travel ebook, featuring 1000 unique experiences around the globe. Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth is the product of the combined travel experience of Rough Guides' authors over the last 30 years, each an expert in his or her own territory. Our authors have cherry-picked their favourite experiences from their travels to inspire yours - making this the perfect book for planning your next big adventure, or just dreaming of future travels. The third edition has been fully revised, with stunning, brand-new colour photos throughout, and a wealth of new writing, from taking breakfast in a Burmese teahouse to witnessing the world's most intense storms in Venezuela. Entries are divided into regions, so it's easy to go straight to the part of the world you're interested in, and all the nitty-gritty practical information you'll need to find out more is contained in the "Need to know" sections at the end of each chapter. Packed full of inspiring ideas and beautiful photography, Make The Most Of Your Time On Earth is pure escapism for active travellers and armchair fantasists alike.

Florida The Keys

Author: Don Philpott
Publisher: Hunter Publishing, Inc
ISBN: 9781843062103
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This title is part of a new series of guides to individual countries of the Caribbean and adjacent areas. It has an emphasis on practical information to enable readers to make the most of their stay.

Michael Palin S Hemingway Adventure

Author: Michael Palin
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0297863541
Size: 57.11 MB
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A winning combination of No.1 travel writer Michael Palin and one of the great literary figures of the century. When Michael Palin was researching for his novel HEMINGWAY'S CHAIR his interest was stimulated by Hemingway's appetite for travel and 'Papa's' evocations of the places he knew. Hemingway remains a compelling figure, and Palin's goal was to revisit Hemingway's world. This book includes the American West ('wide lawns and narrow minds'), Idaho, Michigan ('fly fishing, hunting'), Europe in the First World (where Hemingway was wounded serving in the Ambulance Brigade), Cuba (where Hemingway wrote FOR WHOM THE BELL TOLLS), Paris in the Roaring Twenties and Spain during the Spanish Civil War, Sun Valley and Key West - where the Hemingway lookalike competition is an annual event.

The Big Roads

Author: Earl Swift
Publisher: HMH
ISBN: 054754913X
Size: 60.61 MB
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Discover the twists and turns of one of America’s great infrastructure projects with this “engrossing history of the creation of the U.S. interstate system” (Los Angeles Times). It’s become a part of the landscape that we take for granted, the site of rumbling eighteen-wheelers and roadside rest stops, a familiar route for commuters and vacationing families. But during the twentieth century, the interstate highway system dramatically changed the face of our nation. These interconnected roads—over 47,000 miles of them—are man-made wonders, economic pipelines, agents of sprawl, uniquely American symbols of escape and freedom, and an unrivaled public works accomplishment. Though officially named after President Dwight D. Eisenhower, this network of roadways has origins that reach all the way back to the World War I era, and The Big Roads—“the first thorough history of the expressway system” (The Washington Post)—tells the full story of how they came to be. From the speed demon who inspired a primitive web of dirt auto trails to the largely forgotten technocrats who planned the system years before Ike reached the White House to the city dwellers who resisted the concrete juggernaut when it bore down on their neighborhoods, this book reveals both the massive scale of this government engineering project, and the individual lives that have been transformed by it. A fast-paced history filled with fascinating detours, “the book is a road geek’s treasure—and everyone who travels the highways ought to know these stories” (Kirkus Reviews).

Ricky S Adventures

Author: Rick S. Decker
Publisher: Tate Publishing
ISBN: 1607990520
Size: 68.49 MB
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Follows the adventures and discoveries of a young boy living in Florida in 1969.