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Colorado to Alaska A Hitchhiking Journey Paperback – August 13, 2012
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Top Customer Reviews
it, I felt like I was with the author on the trip itself. Quick way of writing, funny and actually amazing things that
happened. I have done a lot of weird things in my travel life but never camped in between Grizzly bears!! I read
the book in one day with a map of the US next to me so I could follow the whole journey. I really recommend
the book and I look forward of reading the second book of Scott Deitler. Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Enjoyed this very much and was interesting to read. Have been to Alaska so could imagine some of his diary entriesPublished 10 months ago by Cruiser
You learn a lot about Canada and Alaska in just a few pages. Nice to read a book not filled with 300 pages of fluff.Published 17 months ago by Sharon from SC.
Was hoping for more polish. Needs edited. Also, the transitions between personal experiences and "history book" non-fiction could have flowed easily. Read morePublished 21 months ago by BDL
Similar to adventures I myself had experienced, but I preferred to know which car I was traveling in before it arrived.!! Guess I was just spoiled. Read morePublished on September 30, 2012 by GGG
Colorado to Alaska- A hitchhiking Journey was a joy to read. Each page led to another description of the natural beauty in North America- Scott did a great job describing what he... Read morePublished on September 27, 2012 by ed dillon