A Walk Across Michigan: Hiking the Michigan Shore-to-Shore Riding and Hiking Trail (Where's Will #1)

A Walk Across Michigan Hiking the Michigan Shore to Shore Riding and Hiking Trail Where s Will WANNA GO ON AN ADVENTURE THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU It s an interactive virtual hike across scenic Michigan with creative and fascinating historical detours A school teacher librarian administrator takes y

  • Title: A Walk Across Michigan: Hiking the Michigan Shore-to-Shore Riding and Hiking Trail (Where's Will #1)
  • Author: Will Swartz
  • ISBN: 9780996793278
  • Page: 290
  • Format: Paperback
  • WANNA GO ON AN ADVENTURE THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU.It s an interactive virtual hike across scenic Michigan, with creative and fascinating historical detours A school teacher librarian administrator takes you on a 19 day trek from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan on the Michigan Shore to Shore Trail And you can come along from the comfort of wherever you read.There s adventure, anWANNA GO ON AN ADVENTURE THIS BOOK IS FOR YOU.It s an interactive virtual hike across scenic Michigan, with creative and fascinating historical detours A school teacher librarian administrator takes you on a 19 day trek from Lake Huron to Lake Michigan on the Michigan Shore to Shore Trail And you can come along from the comfort of wherever you read.There s adventure, and horror, and thrills, and romance, and sex on the beach ok, not really, but there is a steamy section about food at Joe s Friendly Tavern

    One thought on “A Walk Across Michigan: Hiking the Michigan Shore-to-Shore Riding and Hiking Trail (Where's Will #1)”

    1. DNF at 4%, which is probably a new record for me, but in this case, I couldn't get past the "disclaimer" at the beginning. There was something about the author's tone that got on my nerves, to the extent that I decided it was probably best for me not to continue to walk across Michigan with him. This note is mostly for myself, for when I wonder some time in the future, "Hey, what was the reason I didn't read that?" I certainly don't want to discourage anyone else from trying this book. After all [...]

    2. Conversational and full of detours, I enjoyed the meandering wanderings of an enthusiastic but quirky hiker. Be warned, however: this is not a guidebook. While there are maps, a few recommendations for eating, overnight accommodations, and fishing spots, don't expect a comprehensive guide to hiking across Michigan (I think that's in the sequel, An 83,905-Step Guide to Walking Across Michigan). The descriptions of trails, campgrounds, birds, waterways, and trail logistics make up the outdoorsy st [...]

    3. A few years ago I stumbled across a hiking book that mentioned the Michigan Shore to Shore Trail. I was intrigued. Little did I know that was about all I would find about it. Then I saw this book on so I HAD to read it. Before hiking the trail the author was on vacation near one end of the trail. He wanted to check it out. It seems most of Michigan, including those very near the trail haven't even heard of it. So when he goes to start the trail at the other side of the state he has just as much [...]

    4. This is a great read by a hilarious hiker! My dad wears many hats and each come out in turn through the journey from shore to shore. Father, husband, brother, hiker, fisher, joker, educator, storyteller and librarian to mention a few. The last one makes the book take on a flavor not found in other books on hiking as he delves in to the most entertaining bits of history. "Willy Swartzenchoppin" had some exploits that you will find hard to believe!The MI Shore-to-Shore is a very accessible trail f [...]

    5. I received this book from a free giveaway on . I enjoyed the author's irreverent style. It reminded me a bit of the writing of Douglas Adams, but without the whole science fiction/fiction elements. I like the way that the reader is included in the writing, it makes it seem more tangible. It was fun to follow the author's convoluted but semi-focused train of thought. The smatterings of history and asides kept the book interesting, as well as humourous. If I had access to the internet while I was [...]

    6. It's a pretty funny book, set up like A walk in the Woods, but a bit more ADD and with more fishing. I learned a fair bit too; I had never even heard of the STS trail before I saw this book, and now I want to hike it!

    7. Lots of interesting experiences from this shore to shore walk by the author. But, it is filled out with many anecdotes that seemed irrelevant to me or the hike. The author is a fellow librarian.

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