I started this book about "End of the Road," Alaska, as my daughter and SIL set off on their 3-week camping . This is the first of Tom Bodett's excellent "End of the Road" series and it is a joy to meet the quirky people who live in this small town in Alaska.
I started this book about "End of the Road," Alaska, as my daughter and SIL set off on their 3-week camping trip in Alaska thinking that if I could not be with them at least I could read about where they are intending to be. I found myself quickly enjoying the stories Bodett weaves about the Well, Bill Bryson he is not, but Tom Bodett (he of the "we'll keep the lights on Motel 8 commercials) is a writer very much in the Garrison Keeler style of rambling stories that you do not want to en.
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He has nothing very startling to tell about the goings-on: some of the boys got together and gave Clara, who runs the only coffee shop in town, a new urn; Ed, "the roughneck road-grade operator," went bowling with Tamara, "our local vegetarian activist"-that sort of thing. The book just chats away,.
Thomas Edward Bodett (/boʊˈdɛt/ boh-DET; born February 23, 1955) is an American author, voice actor, and radio host
Thomas Edward Bodett (/boʊˈdɛt/ boh-DET; born February 23, 1955) is an American author, voice actor, and radio host. Since 1986 he has been the spokesman for the motel chain Motel 6, ending commercials with the phrase, "I'm Tom Bodett for Motel 6, and we'll leave the light on for yo. Thomas Edward Bodett was born on February 23, 1955, in Champaign, Illinois, and raised in Sturgis, Michigan. As of 2013, he resided in Dummerston, Vermont, where he is a member of the town's board of selectmen.
Written by Tom Bodett, Audiobook narrated by Tom Bodett. The Last Decent Parking Place in North America. Narrated by: Tom Bodett. Length: 2 hrs and 30 mins.
Culled from Bodett's syndicated radio show . More Audiobooks By Tom Bodett. This can be considered the third book of a series, with As Far as you can go without a Passport first, and small Comforts second. Of course they do stand alone too.
Culled from Bodett's syndicated radio show, these interconnected stories captures the essence of life in America-especially Homer, Alaska, the sort of place where the keys are left in the snowplow in case someone gets stuck after hours. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere. carousel previous carousel next. Growing Up, Growing Old and Going Fishing at the End of the Road.
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Like The sound of Tom Bodet an easy paced book that will set you at ease and may make you wonder where he is going with this story
Like The sound of Tom Bodet an easy paced book that will set you at ease and may make you wonder where he is going with this story. I have own and loaned out two copies of a book so good my friends never returned it! Stay with this winding story and you will find how the lives of a small Alaskan village can intertwine in the most fascinatingof ways. I look back at those lost stories and see some of my own home life and characters I grew up with.