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Like a well-crafted stage play, Just Passin' Thru delivers one suspenseful scene after another. But in this historic setting a store on the Appalachian Trail called Mountain Crossings the characters who show up are no fictional creations. They are the real-life stars of the author’s new life as a backpack-purging, canteen-selling, hostel-running, bandage-taping, lost-child finding, argument-settling, romance-fixing, chili-making man of many faces. Like any good drama, there are the good guys (and gals) and the weirdos, too. Some show up once (and that’s enough), and some appear again and again. Some are friends, and some dangerous. But all are united by two things: the author’s story-capturing talent, and whatever it is that lures them to attempt (or conquer) a 2,200-mile path that climbs and plummets from Georgia to Maine.

©2009 Winton Porter (P)2013 Audible Inc.

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Was hat Ihnen am allerbesten an Just Passin' Thru gefallen?

I liked the stories. Even that I think that the author behaves a bit arrogant to the people who passing throu. Maybe its the language barrier that I have that feeling. I am not a native speaker. Anyways the stories are great and I liked listen to them. In the end its a bit personal and less hiker stories. If Mountain Crossing is still there next year I will have a beer or two :-)