Travels with Susie : A Hilarious Account of One Couple's RV Journey Across America
Overview - Travels with Susie is an account of the comings and goings of the Author, his wife, Susie and their RV, 'Fionna', The book is a hilarious report of their experiences as they first went through the decision to retire and later, to travel the byways of North America. Read more...
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More About Travels with Susie by Gordon Grindstaff
Travels with Susie is an account of the comings and goings of the Author, his wife, Susie and their RV, 'Fionna', The book is a hilarious report of their experiences as they first went through the decision to retire and later, to travel the byways of North America. Part travelogue, part monologue, part History primer and part pieces of the author's vivid imagination, the book is all entertainment. The stories found in these pages will appeal to not only RV'ers but to anyone who is looking for a laugh or an occasional bit of inspiration. Many of the stories first saw life as fodder for the Author's self syndicated newspaper and magazine columns. Ride along with Susie and the author as they visit Luckenbach, Texas, searching for Willie Nelson and real cowboys. Sit on a bench with the Author along the Mexican border and discover the little known and scandalous secret of a major time saving device. Wade ashore in the Florida Keys with Cuban refugees and later, toss your cookies with Susie on the rough seas of the Gulf of Mexico. Share a sprig of Buffalo grass with Randolph Scott. Meet Paul Bunyon's grandson, still living in the North Woods of British Columbia and hang on for the 2000 mile drive as the author and his wife race to reach Indiana and their seriously ill daughter. And finally, discover that when the author is not making a fool of himself, he is unwittingly realizing what life is really all about as he learns more about our world than he ever expected to know.
This item is Non-Returnable.
- ISBN-13: 9781425955977
- ISBN-10: 1425955975
- Publisher: Authorhouse
- Publish Date: September 2006
- Page Count: 344
- Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 0.77 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.11 pounds