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The Sacred Fire of an Illegal Camper

David Patrick Murphy

Published by Reinhart Enterprises, 2001
ISBN 10: 0971350914 / ISBN 13: 9780971350915
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Title: The Sacred Fire of an Illegal Camper

Publisher: Reinhart Enterprises

Publication Date: 2001

Binding: Soft cover

Book Condition: New

Signed: Signed by Author

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Synopsis: A song to the kindness of strangers, this book joyously chronicles the author's inspiring epic bicycle journey across the United States. The narrative is fascinatingly interspersed with stories of other amazing experiences from his deeply lived and adventurous life. This story is unique, not only because the author accomplished this arduous trip at the ripe old age of 56, but also because he did it with almost no cash -- only about $50, a thrift store bike, and used camping equipment. Most of all, this is a very positive and spiritual journey of visionary insights, miraculous provision, and deep sharing. The author quietly opens the hearts of those he meets along the way to the true beauty and power of life that each inherently is. In this book he demonstsrates, by his example, that we all, regardless of our situation, can manifest our dreams into reality.

About the Author: Dave Murphy's childhood created an independent free spirit. He has followed his heart into many adventures, sailing, boat building, successful businesses, a time in a monastery, time wandering and working in the high Sierras, and most recently cross-country bicycling, and yes there have also been hard times. Through it all shines his deep commitment to the spiritual adventure of truly living life, seizing the moment, and sharing the vital importance of following your

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