The Road Taken: The Remarkable Story of a Transcontinental Bicycle Odyssey

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$15.99  $14.87
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Edmonds Press
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198
Dimensions
5.0 X 8.0 X 0.45 inches | 0.48 pounds
Language
English
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Paperback
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9781940105123

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About the Author

Bryan Simmons is a Lutheran pastor who loves connecting people to the transforming joy found in the good news of Jesus Christ. He loves relating theology to the day-to-day lives of people in readily understandable ways, empowering people to live in hope and freely serve their neighbor. Before becoming a pastor, Bryan was in management and finance with an interest in philanthropy. When he's not working, Bryan loves spending time with his wife, Tricia, and two sons, Logan and Luke.
Along with Bryan and Stig, Bill was one of the five riders whose amazing story is told in The Road Taken.
Historian Dennis Lamont and Leiter's great-grandson, James D. MacMillan, have joined with the authors of Arcadia Publishing's Real Photo Postcards of Willis Leiter in the creation of a new book. Bill Jackson and Paula Brosky-Shorf are fervent collectors of Leiter real-photo postcards and portraiture. Together with Lorain historians Matthew J. Weisman and Bruce L. Waterhouse Jr., another great-grandson of the esteemed photographer, they collaborated on this Lorain County book about Leiter's work. The author team was assisted by Lorain Historical Society founder Albert C. Doane.