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Near Fine. 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" 203 Pages. Tight sqaure book with no marks or stamps. The initial four months on the road, covered in How Can I Be Lost, strengthened the author's resolve to continue her journey. She discovered being on the road a most delightful life-style. In this second book, Barb drove West. To escape the bitter cold gripping the United States, she headed down the Baja Peninsula, thinking she'd explore for a month and get warm. She stayed for almost 15 months, for she found a land and a people who appealed to her strongly. In spite of a language barrier at first, Barb grew to love her Mexican neighbors in Barrio San Ignacio, Todos Santos, where she lived in a palapa. She shares some of the joys and frustrations of life in a different culture. It taught her that we are, indeed, all family. Barbara Thacker is a traveler and a writer. She has two grown sons and a continuing interest in the human species. She now lives in Rio Rancho, New Mexico, when she's not on the road. Contents in Six Chapters: Westward Ho! , Tackling The Transpeninsular, The Beach, Life in Barrio San Ignacio, North on the Transpeninsular, and Back Home Once More.
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