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Book Review: Frost On My Moustache

Frost On My Moustache:  The Arctic Adventures Of A Lord And A Loafer, by Tim Moore Having read a large number of books by the author [1], I can say that this follows the usual pattern.  I happen to like … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Asian Harvest

An Asian Harvest:  An Autobiography, by Paul Hattaway [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] In reading this book, I was struck by how Nathanish the author seemed. … Continue reading

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Hurricane Party

My first awareness of the power and fury of tropical storms came when I was a child [1].  When I was four or five, somewhere around there, I remember traveling with my family to services in St. Petersburg, Florida during … Continue reading

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Book Review: Kon-Tiki

Kon-Tiki:  Across The Pacific By Raft, by Thor Heyerdahl I had a lot of fun reading this book and thinking about its implications.  This is an enjoyable book of about three hundred pages or so that is written about an … Continue reading

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Book Review: Travels With My Donkey

Travels With My Donkey:  One Man And His Ass On A Pilgrimage To Santiago, by Tim Moore If you are familiar with the author and his work–this is the third book of his I have read [1], you know where … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Grand Tour

The Grand Tour:  The European Adventure Of A Continental Drifter, by Tim Moore Once you become familiar with this author and his approach, as this is the fourth book of his I have read, you have a great deal of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gironimo!

Gironimo!:  Riding The Very Terrible 1914 Tour of Italy, by Tim Moore The ending of the first paragraph gives the reader a good idea of what to expect for this volume as a whole, and presumably the author’s entire body … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Peopling Of British North America: An Introduction

The Peopling Of British North America:  An Introduction, by Bernard Bailyn How good is this book?  After I finished reading this book I looked up my local library system on the author’s other books and found four of them with … Continue reading

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Take Me To The River

This weekend, after a somewhat last-minute set of arrangements, I and two others went traveling for a couple of hours or so down a portion of the Rogue River from Grant’s Pass to Hellgate Canyon and back.  In retrospect, I … Continue reading

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Book Review: Coffee, The World, And Jesus

Coffee, The World, And Jesus, But Not Necessarily In That Order, by Ron DeMiglio [Note:  This book was provided free of charge by Kregel Book Tours.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.] Although I do not like coffee at … Continue reading

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