American Borders: Breakdowns in Small Towns all around the USA

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This 4-month, 10,000 mile adventure is a comedy of breakdowns in small towns all around the USA. Moments of blissful backroads freedom, cultural connection, and roadside romance are interrupted by cracked welds, electrical gremlins, evil tow truck drivers, tornadoes, and hurricanes. From B.C. to the Blue Ridge, Boquillas to Beverly Hills, a unique and intimate exploration of America's borders.

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Words: 67,420
Language: English
ISBN: 9780964644526
About Carla King

Carla King is the author of a series of popular solo motorcycle travel books from the road in America, Europe, China, India, and Africa. Her writing has been published in Wild Writing Women: Stories of World Travel, Travelers’ Tales anthologies, and In Search of Adventure: A Wild Travel Anthology. Her book, American Borders, is the first in a series of misadventurous travelogues.

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Review by: Memet Remzi on Feb. 18, 2011 : (no rating)
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. Carla King takes us on a journey across America and allows us to view her travels from the perspective of a woman. The unusual motorcycle she rides breaks down often, but this fact, actually, adds depth to her adventure, rather than diminishes it. If you enjoy travel, especially on two wheels, I think you will like this book. I am looking forward to her next adventure across China and hope the book comes out soon.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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