"A professional memoir of a gifted, good-humored and gracious man…The book has the feel of good conversation on a long trip." THE NEW YORK TIMES BOOK REVIEW John Charles Kuralt on the journey of his life. From a southern boy bitten by wanderlust and wonder, to a curious rover writing for newspapers, radio, and TV, to a CBS News correspondent adventuring around the world–from Cuba and Vietnam to the Congo and the North Pole, to his twenty-plus years roaming the back roads of America. In this engaging memoir, Kuralt relives a lifetime of discovering places and people whose unique stories enriched him, shaped him, and fueled his all-consuming passion: to find out what wonderful thing waits just around the next bend.
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About Charles Kuralt
Charles Kuralt is a traveling man in the fine old tradition of Mark Twain and Will Rogers and John Steinbeck. He has spent most of his life wandering along the rural byways and through the small towns of America. In… More about Charles Kuralt
Published by Ballantine Books Mar 01, 1995| 368 Pages| 5-1/2 x 8-1/2| ISBN 9780345484840