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Alaskan Aberration The View from a Harley in the North Country

Bartell, Allen J.

ISBN 10: 0965975207 / ISBN 13: 9780965975209
Published by Flat Black Press, 1997
Used Condition: Near Fine Soft cover
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Title: Alaskan Aberration The View from a Harley in...

Publisher: Flat Black Press

Publication Date: 1997

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:Near Fine

Edition: First Printing

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Travelogue of a two-month, 12,000 mile trip to Alaska on a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. The author includes detailed descriptions of the landscapes and people he encounters along the way. He also explores the changes in his own personality that occur as the result of such a moving journey.

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Author Allen Bartell took (to the) road to discover what freedom means to him. Join him as he explores his own Harley personality while logging 12,000 miles through Canada to Alaska. Experience the low and high points his travels offer as you come to understand how a Harley rider perceives the changing world around him. Through Bartell's prose you also feel what it's like to be the mysterious biker, to be different in the eyes of the world you're passing through. Bartell embraces his uncertain destiny on a Harley 883cc Sportster. Seeking adventure and meeting people are his only agenda. Some moments he is quiet and reflective, and others reckless and uninhibited. Along the way, he mingles free-form thoughts with famous quotes and poetry, exploring and developing a personal philosophy of the road and of a life enriched and expanded.

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