Explorer's Guide to
(2nd edition)

by David T. Page

"Open to any page and you'll find a great story, along with details that will inspire travel—and more reading." —Westways 

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Notes Index


  Death Valley's Secret Stash (Men's Journal)

  Really Old Masters
(NY Times)

The World's Most Traveled Man?

(Men's Journal)

Skiing CA's 14ers

(Eastside Magazine)

Wild Ice

(NY Times)

Rituals: The Last Run

(NY Times)


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amazoncovertiny.jpg"Page's guide is like a treasure map," writes seasoned roadtripper Mark Sedenquist, editor of RoadTripAmerica.com, "it's chock-full of tantalizing tidbits that inspire a traveler to go and find more stuff."

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Reader Comments (1)

I really loved the photo of the two guys sitting on the rail at Mono Hot Springs, Mono Hot Springs remains one of my favorite places to unwind -- especially at the "natural" pool locals call "Lil Eden".

Another element of this book, that you will probably find charming, is that David has re-worked most of the old stories about the pioneers and added his own take on those stories -- thus "waking them up" a bit. Very nice to see these old standards getting tweaked.

This is really a remarkable resource -- one that I will keep handy for sharing information on the Great American RoadTrip Forum (http://www.roadtripamerica.com/forum/).
03.29.2008 | Unregistered CommenterMark Sedenquist

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