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with his varried travel adventures to produce an extremely readable book. I couldn't put it down.
For about $1/ mile Aaron and his trusty companion Athena Bear wind their way through North
America on roads less travelled meeting real people, connecting with old friends and experiencing
new locals while getting in some runs in all kinds of weather and environments.
He also was able to wonderfully inject his interest in historical figures like JFK and Al Capone to
where he "crosses paths"with them in different locals throughout his travels. I highly recommend
this book for anyone with an adventuresome spirit who would like to rediscover true America.
It’s very much a guy’s book (then road trips with your dog aren’t really a girl’s thing), and the author sounds as if he’d be a great chap to have a drink with. The manner in which it is written is also in the Clint Eastwood style but although the author comes over as a hunky, beer drinking, jogging, working-out kind of guy – and one might be led to think that the book might lack literary quality – it is very well written with a crisp light style, and the author is a good story teller.