Almost Blind, But NOT Running Scared: When a catastrophic injury leaves Canadian expat Jill Wheatley almost blind—and almost on her own in a foreign country—she takes to the trails and the mountains to regain her life. PLUS+ IN THE LAND OF AYNI: Jeff Fuchs explores the Great Inca Road Network of Andean Peru, where it's cooperate or perish. And brothers Jeff and Scott Wilson (producers of the travel shows Departures and Descending) hit the red desert highways of JORDAN in the road of a lifetime!
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Travel Book Review: It’s Only the Himalayas and Other Tales of Miscalculation from an Overconfident Backpacker
"Bedford brings a fresh voice to travel writing, one that is funny, observant, and original. Give this book to anyone thinking of doing their first trip, and to anyone who needs to get out there again."
An excerpt from Outpost columnist Sue Bedford's debut travel memoir, It's Only the Himalayas and Other Tales of Miscalculation from an Overconfident Backpacker.
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It’d been my life goal to become an author ever since I yanked that crayon out of my nose and declared a life goal. Growing up, I spent untold hours writing in my bedroom—initially fantastical stories anthropom...