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Pan-American By Peter Ullian
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PAN-AMERICAN by Peter Ullian. In this play, it's 1988 at Oberlin College, and four best friends are faced with decisions for the future as graduation looms. Ben is love is Zara who is in love with... More > her best friend, Aya, who loves her boyfriend, Zev, and wants him to hitch-hike with her down the Pan-American highway to Nicaragua and help her organize a coffee collective. Zev loves Aya -- so much that he wants her to stay away from dangerous places like Nicaragua and go with him to Northwestern where he intends to study law. Playwright Peter Ullian is Poet Laureate of Beacon, NY. This publication is from NoPassport Press.< Less
Our Wedding Journey By George and Barbara Perkins
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In 1965, George and Barbara Perkins were newlyweds living in Rutherford, New Jersey and teaching at Fairleigh Dickinson University. They joined a delegation of professors and students who were going... More > to England to open a new Fairleigh Dickinson University campus at Wroxton Abbey. Buying a car, they toured France and Italy for a while before shipping it home, and then toured England mostly by train and bus. For George, this was a second trip: on the first he had hitch-hiked through England and Scotland and was eager to show Barbara some of the places he had seen. They met old friends at the University of Edinburgh, visited Edinburgh Castle and Falkirk Palace, and prepared the way for their return a year later, when George would teach at Edinburgh and Barbara would continue her Ph.D. research in Medieval Studies at the National Library of Scotland.< Less
Waiting in Fear By Dave Gottshall
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April Bailey’s fear for her military husband’s safety is compounded during World War Two when her sister, May, is stalked by a serial rapist and killer. May, hitch hikes from Penn Yan,... More > New York to Henrietta, New York to spend Thanksgiving 1944, with April and her children. She is picked up by a fugitive rapist and killer who attacks her. May escapes and hides in a snow bank. She flags down a snowplow truck driver who carries her to April’s house. The killer knows that May can identify him and follows them. April convinces May to stay with them. April shields her three children from what’s happening the best she can.< Less
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Maid Milk By John Silver
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More excellent tales of men feminised, put into maid-service, by those to whom they trust their care. In the title story, smallholder ‘Susan’ loved being a milkmaid, but had no idea what... More > else Lucy planned for her! Son plays a parlour-maid in school play, mum has him practise at home, puts him into service for life as a maid. He arranged to be sold into service, to fulfil a fantasy, in a very elaborate and realistic way, but was it just a fantasy for the buyer and seller too? A maid for his wife: then cuckolded, divorced and bequeathed to her mum to maid, as coMabel. Hitch-hiking from Scotland to London, he is kidnapped, forced to suck and take cock, then sold on as a whore. Inherits a dress shop from aunt, but is enslaved by the black lady manageress and her husband. Retires to become a maid for his former business partners and their teenage girls.< Less
no coincidence By David McCabe
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Amazingly true story of one journey from a sunday school upbringing, through bohemian youth, towards ultimate answers. While hitch-hiking across Europe David examines the circumstances and... More > coincidences that have made him who he is. Memories of an evangellical childhood in 1960's Northern Ireland pervade his thinking and he begins a journey of a very different type. Is there more to life than chance? When is a coincidence not coincidental? Or a circumstance more than circumstantial? In search of a good question rather than a poor answer David travels on a life-afirming journey from nostalgia to vision. No coincidence is more than a good read. It provides historical insight to a very particular mindset and a child's worldview. Everyone will get something from this book - we are all fishing for meaning in the same pool of circumstance and coincidence.< Less
Twenty Miles to say Goodbye: A Family Memoir By Andi Daunt
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Twenty Miles to say Goodbye is an unusual and intriguing memoir that embraces the essence and true spirit of people everywhere. Andi draws you into the heart of Africa, and with the sun warm on your... More > shoulders, you meet its people, explore their land, and hear their stories. Having hitch hiked through Europe in the Swinging 60s, Andi returns to Kenya with her husband and baby, and discovers fascinating stories from her family’s early years in colonial Kenya. These captivating tales intertwine with Andi’s mother’s richly detailed and revealing letters and journals, which tell of her adventures in Egypt during the war, how she met her husband, and of her experiences raising her family on faraway farms on the equator.< Less
FULL CYCLE POEMS AND SHORT STORIES By G. Weldon Searles
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Full Cycle is a monumental anthology loaded with stories of my first hand motorcycle adventures over decades of time. All bikers will appreciate these stories as will any one wanting to go along for... More > a ride from the comfort of their couch. You will also find hundreds of pages of poems and short stories based upon my love for humor, camping, traveling, philosophy, love, and feelings. Also you will read my tale of 3 1/2 months hitch hiking around this country in 1972 and living on a commune. Then finally, you can read my poetry based upon the Holy Scriptures and their relevance to our lives today. Full Cycle has something for everyone and a multitude for each person at that. Sit back and enjoy an adventurous, amusing, and touching read.___< Less
The Adventures of a Greenman Series: (Part 6) Raw Travel New Zealand By A Greenman
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‘The Adventures of a Greenman' is a 15 part short story series, about the real life experiences of a modern day nomad called Adam, who wanders his way around the earth for a decade. The parts... More > collectively form the epic: 'I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World'. In Part 6, the wanderer sets off yet again, with hand luggage only, for a walk about New Zealand. Roaming through the wild and staying in the countries simple network of back-country huts. Walking ancient forests amidst natures natural sculpture. When he meets the grey tarmac of roads, he hitch-hikes, and in all receives over 50 rides. As he tires of this, he buys a car for a few hundred dollars, and his epic adventures continue, all the way down to the bottom of this wonderful land. Led by a curious sense of intuition, Adam spends six months in raw New Zealand, until finally returning to the UK, and on to fulfil his next dream in the valleys of Wales, in Part 7 ‘Raw Travel Wales'. A must read for professional travellers. A true story.< Less
(PDF)The Adventures of a Greenman Series: (Part 6) Raw Travel New Zealand By A Greenman
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‘The Adventures of a Greenman' is a 15 part short story series, about the real life experiences of a modern day nomad called Adam, who wanders his way around the earth for a decade. The parts... More > collectively form the epic: 'I Travel Light: The Man Who Walked Out of the World'. In Part 6, the wanderer sets off yet again, with hand luggage only, for a walk about New Zealand. Roaming through the wild and staying in the countries simple network of back-country huts. Walking ancient forests amidst natures natural sculpture. When he meets the grey tarmac of roads, he hitch-hikes, and in all receives over 50 rides. As he tires of this, he buys a car for a few hundred dollars, and his epic adventures continue, all the way down to the bottom of this wonderful land. Led by a curious sense of intuition, Adam spends six months in raw New Zealand, until finally returning to the UK, and on to fulfil his next dream in the valleys of Wales, in Part 7 ‘Raw Travel Wales'. A must read for professional travellers, a true story.< Less

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