“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford is a reflective take on the author’s “Mother-Daughter Journeys Far from Home and Close to the Heart.” Broken up into three sections, Meg (the mother), reflects on her journeys to foreign lands with her daughters, Kate and Gale, with the respective sections including the daughter’s point of view as well. … More “Who Will Accompany You?” by Meg Stafford

“Nonni in America, Around the World at 80 Years Old!” by Jon Svensson

In this translation, the author’s simple and heartwarming voice comes through intact on this narrative work. The places he visited, the wonderful characters he met and even ordeals he went through created a captivating, endearing and colorful couch adventure for all readers. … More “Nonni in America, Around the World at 80 Years Old!” by Jon Svensson

“Stories from Ecuador” by Tyrel Nelson

First off, I don’t know the wanderer personally who wrote this book, but I want to thank him for the slew of pictures that showed some of the most beautiful locales, memorable locals, and cool wilderness/nature scenes that he got to explore and meet along the year-long journey he took. These first-hand accounts make even the most basic sight—such as escorting a backpack-laden mule up a mountain—truly remarkable. … More “Stories from Ecuador” by Tyrel Nelson

“Newburyport Clipper Heritage Trail Volume 1” by Ghlee E. Woodworth

Readers of “Newburyport Clipper Heritage Trail Volume 1” may never have heard of Newburyport, Massachusetts, but after reading this thorough volume of nine self-guided tours through history, they will quickly add it to their next travel destination. … More “Newburyport Clipper Heritage Trail Volume 1” by Ghlee E. Woodworth

“Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust” by Karen Gershowitz

“Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust” by Karen Gershowitz is a journal of travels that begins when the author was a very young child. The enjoyment of discovering new places became a treasured thing when she was small, and instead of fighting it, she began to travel, learn, and discover countries around the world. This book takes the reader on those travels in a way that keeps one turning the pages. … More “Travel Mania: Stories of Wanderlust” by Karen Gershowitz

“To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail” by J.R. Klein

“To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail,” by J.R. Klein, is an unforgettable travel memoir about a burned-out graduate with a doctoral degree and the promise of MIT looking to recover from torpor in 1980. … More “To Find: The Search for Meaning in Life on the Gringo Trail” by J.R. Klein

Points North by Mikel B. Classen

POINTS NORTHMikel B. ClassenModern History Press (2019)ISBN 9781615994908Reviewed by Robert Leon Davis for Reader Views (04/2020) Mikel B. Classen is an explorer and adventurist specializing in exploring many places in the United States, with a specialty of visiting locales in the Michigan Upper Peninsula area. He’s visited ghost towns, museums, various wilderness areas, and many … More Points North by Mikel B. Classen