Hitch-Hiking from Maine to Alaska in 1962 by Mr Steve Geller
A Young Man's Adventure

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In 1962, just out of College, I hitch-hiked from Maine to Alaska. During that summer, I wandered around the West and orthwest quite a bit, seeing sights and meeting many interesting people. I made it up the Alaska Highway to Fairbanks. The story is comes from my diary, written 1962, lightly-edited and with some added comments. It is a great young man's adventure. (98 pages, 36,789 words)

About Mr Steve Geller

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Steve Geller was born in Maine, has lived in Alaska and now lives in Berkeley, California. He is retired as a software engineer, from UC Berkeley Space Science Lab.His other travel books are:"To Australia for a Supernova and a Flood""High-Tech and Chinese Food: A Trip to Taiwan""Space Science and Sausage: A Trip to Germany"contact email: sgeller6@gmail.com
Published October 29, 2011 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 148 pages
Genres: Travel.

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Readers may find Geller’s aim to try a “Mexican delight known as a Taco” strange today, but in 1962, Taco Bell had yet to hit Maine;

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