John Scott hiked the 2160 mile Appalachian Trail to celebrate his life.
As a teenage boy in 1970's Scotland he was fascinated by US politics and culture.
John explores this fascination as he hikes through 14 states from Georgia to Maine.
Over miles and months, he realizes it is the land and people which now captivates him.
To the Woods is a walk through a man's life.
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thoughtful insights and observations all along
loved it. great listen. a Scots experience of the trail. very personable and he brings the trail and its hikers to life.
- Jason Horton
Summary... goes on perpetuating America/American stereotypes. As normal, if your left leaning politically you're fine. If right leaning you're homophobic, and potentially racist gun toting murderer 🤷♂️ potential for a good book, but mostly drab and will leave you wanting to listen to story about hiking. (also, I'm not left or right, just a guy looking for a good book).