If you like to read travel stories, you will like this book. If you like to travel, it has some destination ideas. If you wonder why some people never stop traveling and settle down, this book might provide some insight on that too!
The trouble with over 30 years of traveling is being over 30 years older. But I can’t help it; I’m curious and the years flew. In my midlife review, I invite you to join me for the ride in TATTOO—JOURNEYS ON MY MIND. These 21 chapters share an eclectic mix of genres and places. Included is a canoe trip in South Carolina to set the fun tone of tree house to right; retracing how I lost my cultural empathy in Northern India; an unexpected lesson in team dynamics and self-empowerment while dog sledding in Minnesota, notes on wives being put out to pasture in the Utah desert; Eastern Europe’s sideways look into gulags; and a pair of caving trips that altered my view on the ground. These are the journeys on my mind. Maybe these stories will inspire you to do whatever it is you want to do. For me, it is an affirmation: you can see the world even if you started out in a New England mill town! —TMLL
(232 pages in E-Book or Paperback; Audiobook is 7 hours, 13 minutes.)
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