Ants In My RV by Arno Herwerth

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Ants In My RV delivers an obligue look at America, its culture, its people, and its geography. Enjoy a grand tour of America by RV. Partake of an inspirational journey by a double amputee. This is a travel book with a unique perspective. We do not visit traditional tourist sites for the most part but rather see the people along the way: In Pennsylvania meet Big Boog. In Virginia its the State Police. In Tennessee we meet "Shirley" Daniels. On the Mississippi River cruise a mysterious shadowy figure is closely watched. Arkansas is burning. A food fight erupts in Oklahoma, and so on. The characters and stories are varied. On-going background themes of the book include the author's contentious battle with hitch-hiking ants. Butter is scarce and the lack of pickles for lunch is ever-present.Plants and animals play a huge role in this book as does the rarefied air of the high desert plateau. You ride on an insightful, humorous and inspirational RV jaunt across the United States.

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Published September 21, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 140 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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