Custom-designed maps guide the reader to exotic places described in Meeting Strangers, Making Friends (first group of maps below), and in The Other Worlds (second group below).
A Cuba map, for example, was designed for the President, the reader, and all others aboard Air Force One on an unauthorized journey over the length of Cuba. (The Other Worlds).
Adventures through the Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan, and several countries in Africa, are recounted in Meeting Strangers, Making Friends.
A one-a-kind map of the world traces the footsteps of the author’s lineages and a Mayan friend’s lineages out of Africa 60,000 years ago, right up to 2020 A.D. Some of the descendants ended up on Minnesota’s Mesabi Iron Range, and others ended up in a Mayan city in Guatemala’s mountains, nestled against Lake Atitlan. The reader of The Other Worlds becomes familiar with today’s descendants and the communities where they live and play.
Join three adventurers on an unforgettable road trip through the Himalaya Mountains.See Map
Harley-Davidson carries us to 16 states and dozens of communities from Biwabik to Muskogee and Billings to Winslow, and into Indigenous nations and pueblos.See Map
The stories of the journey through Canada are told in the book, The Other Worlds. The other motorcycle map shows routes in the American West, and the stories are found in Meeting Strangers, Making Friends.See Map
Meeting Strangers, Making Friends: Discover tobacco workers in lush fields, a one-cent bus ride, the Bay of Pigs, 16th Century cities and cool mountains.See Map
This unique map guides the reader of The Other Worlds — and all aboard Air Force One — over the exciting length of Cuba.See Map
Meeting Strangers, Making Friends: meet descendants of the Incas in Peru, and follow the Andes Mountains north to Ecuador and Colombia.See Map
A map of the world traces the footsteps of four lineages—out of Africa 60,000 years ago, right up to 2020 A.D.See Map