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First and foremost, Jeremy Kroeker is a culinary idiot. Born in 1973 in the Mennonite Mecca of Steinbach, Manitoba, he immigrated to the Canadian Rockies and Canmore, Alberta where he discovered that certainty of knowledge is guarded by a hedge of insanity. But, mostly he just eats a lot of canned soup.
This book is written as a journal with entry for just about every day the author spent traveling. Not as good as I had hopped but I still enjoyed the read as it’s somewhere I would... Read morePublished 22 days ago by ADVjoe
I enjoyed the honesty of the entire experience that he had. I could relate to being annoyed with the quirks and habits of a travelling companion on a road trip.Published 3 months ago by Mustakim Qamaruz Zaman
Awesome book, very entertaining and funny. I only wish it were longer, but he has written another equally entertaining book: "Through Dust and Darkness" which I am very... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Michael Lamont
Good read funny and useful information about traveling to that part of the world. Be careful when not in your own country.Published 7 months ago by Ben
I bought this based on the review in Cycle Canada Magazine last year. It is a fairly interesting read but I felt he didn't go into a lot of things about the actual trip as deeply... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sidecar Bob
I enjoyed this short book about a rider on a motorcycle journey from Canada to Panama and back. I found his writing style amusing and the book is entertaining. Read morePublished 15 months ago by LS650
I like reading about journey's of introspection. Jeremy is a good writer and was able to weave together a good tale, but I was perhaps looking for something a bit more... Read morePublished 15 months ago by DENIS A HAINSWORTH
An interesting book. A fairly quick read, I wish there journey lasted longer but I am glad I read it.Published 15 months ago by J. Ray Chretien