Scott Stoll logo world traveler. A bicycle wheel and the globe symbolizes Scott's journey around the world on a bicycle.

Talk the talk. Bike the bike.

I’ve currently re-imaging my book tour while having an unusual adventure visiting my tribal elders and childhood friends, who are now middle-aged. It’s like viewing myself in a magnifying mirror as I re-realize on a deeper level that I am an odd combination of the pros and cons of my parents, siblings and friends. And I have one interesting story for the next book about how a raisin can influence four generations of a family.

Coming up next, the tour continues from Acadia National Park, Maine to Key West, Florida.

I’m contemplating riding through New York City naked to get my book noticed, but I’m told this is an everyday occurrence in NYC.

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