(Self-published), 2016. First Edition (presumed). Used - Near Fine. 13.2 x 20.5 cm. 179 pp. Item #10457
With a rough plan, a shoestring budget, and little to no experience, Rob Erwin sets out on a modern-day adventure to the remote backcountry of America's most iconic national parks. Aside from the bipolar hillbillies, unfriendly wild animals, run-ins with the law, a mental breakdown, a bad first date, and a near-death experience . . . things actually went pretty well. Taking plenty of detours along the way, Rob's contagious and hilarious sense of wanderlust carries him on a whirlwind road trip from the Smoky Mountains in the East, to Yellowstone, the Tetons, and Colorado's snow-covered peaks in the West. In a refreshing style that brings these incredible wild places to life like no travel guide ever could, on seemingly every page we're reminded of the one universal truth of travel . . . the best parts of any journey are the adventures we least expect.