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Bored and fed up with life, staring down a 50th birthday, Mike Tyler was looking for a change. Life had become routinized and unexciting. Maybe it was a mid-life crisis, or maybe just a yearning for one last big adventure. Mike decides to try hiking from Mexico to Canada on the Pacific Crest Trail, just to see what happens.

Mike convinces his wife, Margo, to join him. Together, they embark on a five-month hike full of anticipation. They hike through some of the most stunning and remote places in the country on a trail full of unique, offbeat characters. But the trail had even more to offer than either of them had anticipated.

©2019 Michael Tyler (P)2019 Tantor

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I enjoyed your journey. I'm afraid the rattle snakes and bears would be to much for me

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  • 04-03-2020

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The content isn’t great but more irritating is the narration. The reader has a great voice but his style is that of a school teacher reading a story to a group of 5 year olds. The style of writing just adds to this. Not a valuable listen to any budding thru hikers.

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