Snakeskins and Signposts
by Sher Vadinska
Publisher: Smashwords 2012
Number of pages: 176
Loaded down with dehydrated rice and beans and her hunger for freedom, Sher pedals 2,000 miles from Bellingham, Washington, through the Cascade Mountain Range to southern Oregon and back. As with many solo, outdoor adventures, strangers are friends, mishaps become entertainment, thoughts get loud, sleeping on the ground is amazingly comfortable, the smell of a forest ravages the senses...
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