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By Barbara Yunker
Two senior citizens hike over 1,000 miles in thirteen different countries.
By Lee Bryan
Summer 2009, we were soon to deploy to Afghanistan and time wasn't on our side as we decided how to spend our leave. A bucket list, a coffee and a broken arm later we were in Europe breaking our travelling cherries. After all the European traffic, missed flights and abnormal food, we reflect now...
Two young adults embark on a backpacking trip and meet a man in his seventies, Milton Lewis, whose life experiences have brought him to the same mountain but whose journey will end at the peak.
I'm just writing just to write out my questions as I explore a narrative that I have never lived, and wonder, along with the reader, where the story is going to take us next. With any luck (or guidance from the Holy Spirit) it will lead us places that I never thought possible, and neither did you.
By Ana Esther
Another adventure of the Brazilian Backpacker. A touching and real fact which dates back to one of the Brazilian Backpacker's trips in Europe and which has developments in today's life.
Here are some of my Glacier National Park journal entries from my 1972 bicycle trip from Michigan to the West Coast. Included here also are my reflections on Hesseâ€™s novel, Narcissus And Goldmund.