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August 6, 2009
I think the Allman Brothers sang ?Ramblin? Man? just for me. I swear I was born a ramblin? man. Perhaps my concept of rambling (travel) is not akin to yours but I have to tell you that four blasts of a ship?s whistle still raises the hair on the back of my neck. My concept of travel was shaped years ago. I was prisoner to the works of Steinbeck, Kerouac, Melville, and the great travel writers such as Paul Theroux. I?ve read ?On the Road,? ?Blue Highway? and ?Sunrise with Steam Monsters?
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By Joe Puglia | June 30, 2010
Part 2 If you read me last week you will note that I am adventuring for the 29th year in the Far West, teaching college kids the history of Lewis and Clark and how to survive on the land. After all these years I am convinced that survival is the alchemy of skill, brute determination and endurance. We are on the Upper Missouri River in northern Montana canoeing in the footsteps of Lewis and Clark. Our 100-mile journey takes us through some of the most wild and remote country in America.
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August 25, 2010
Column's headlines inspire him The titles of Dr. Joe Puglia's columns catch my eye. A few years ago he wrote of his boyhood nun, Sr. Jean, and it reminded me of my 8th-grade nun Sr. Jean Dolores. Dr. Joe's article spurred me to communicate with her and tell her how much she had inspired my life and the Valley Sun published my thoughts about her. On a recent week Dr. Joe wrote about his travels along America's Blue Highways. That title caught my eye too, because in the early '80s I read book named "Blue Highways" by the author, William Least Heat-Moon.
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August 6, 2009
I think the Allman Brothers sang ?Ramblin? Man? just for me. I swear I was born a ramblin? man. Perhaps my concept of rambling (travel) is not akin to yours but I have to tell you that four blasts of a ship?s whistle still raises the hair on the back of my neck. My concept of travel was shaped years ago. I was prisoner to the works of Steinbeck, Kerouac, Melville, and the great travel writers such as Paul Theroux. I?ve read ?On the Road,? ?Blue Highway? and ?Sunrise with Steam Monsters?
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