Guest Book Review: A Walk Across America

One more book review from Spencer R. before I try to get my head back in the game. Because it has been posted previously on his blog, I’m just going to post a  teaser here and give you the link to his posts. (Google assumes identical content on two websites indicates plagiarism, and both sites are less likely to get a good rank in a Goggle search.) Enjoy Spencer’s review and be sure to leave a comment for him here or on his site.

Walk Across America, A

On October 15, 1973 [Peter Jenkins] and his dog set out, destined for Louisiana. It took them over a year and a half to travel the whole way on foot. Along the way, Peter realized that not all towns in America where just like Greenwich. Peter met a mountain man who still lived in a log cabin on the top of a Virginia mountain. He nearly died of influenza on the Appalachian Trail, was nicknamed Albino by a loving black family, worked in a North Carolina sawmill, as well as many more adventures.

Visit A Walk Across America to read more.

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4 Comments

  1. Sharon Canosa

     /  July 7, 2014

    EXCELLENT

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  2. Dad

     /  July 7, 2014

    Great review Spencer. Would like to read this book since I like hiking and always dreamed of hiking the Appalachian Trail.

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  3. Spencer R.

     /  July 16, 2014

    Thanks so much for posting my review, Leah. Thanks for the nice comments as well.
    Just so you know, your picture is of Gulliver’s Travels not A Walk Across America. 🙂

    Reply
    • Oops. That’s what I get for cramming trying to get everything done before I left on my missions trip. Thanks for pointing it out.

      Reply

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