Author: Düg Fresh
ISBN 978-1-60264-851-7 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-60264-181-5 (ebook)
In the spring of 1988, while struggling to deal with great tragedy and loss, Airman Page found himself at a crossroads. Honorably discharged from the Military in Texas, and in his civilian guise as Düg Fresh, he decided to walk home from Georgia via the world-famous Appalachian Trail.
Told in two parts, book one shares the travails of his trek, as he thru-hiked north with a zany band of crazy misfits and wizened wanderers, and records their many madcap adventures along the way.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Fresh from his service in the United States Air Force, free thinker and iconoclast adventurer Düg Fresh soon found himself heading north on a 2,100 mile footpath that extends from Georgia to Maine. Seeking to find meaning and direction to his life after the horrific suicide of a close friend, he set out on an epic vision quest for something more. This journey took him to Europe, to Texas and finally to the internationally-renowned Appalachian Trail.
Düg is also the author of The Fictionary: A vocabulous flexicon of jocu-molecular jingo and colloquialiscious flapinations, available on Amazon, and hopes to one day walk around the world on the International Peace Trail.
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