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By Mopar to the Golden Gate Paperback – December 27, 2013
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Denny Gibson is a retired software engineer living on the outskirts of Cincinnati, Ohio. He is addicted to driving two-lane highways and, since 1999, has documented his travels on them at DennyGibson.com. He has written for the Lincoln Highway Association Forum and American Road Magazine and his photographs have appeared in these and other publications.
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I will cherish this book for years to come for many reasons, but the "Top 3": 1) I was part of his journey, meeting him for a meal in north-central IL. It was the 2nd time he & I met in person, after a "near miss" 2 years earlier when we both were in Amarillo TX the same night in 2011 but didn't know it until after we'd both left the area. 2) Denny's writing style in this book makes you feel like you are along for the ride, lost keys & car troubles included. 3) Denny's descriptions & photos of different places along the way give you just enough to want more, in terms of taking your own Lincoln Highway road trip. His book is a good blueprint for your own journey, & someday, I hope to be able to do just that.
My only "issue" with the book ... I found myself searching online for different places after, & in many cases during, each chapter. I literally "followed along" via online maps to see the roads & get a overview of the different places Denny traversed. But, for a "map junkie" like me, this just enhanced the experience.