The world is full of secrets just waiting to be found.
Unfortunately, most people don't really take the time to discover
them these days. With bills to pay, careers to build, and children
to raise, we rarely travel far from home anymore, and when we do,
it's usually more of a commercial endeavor than an adventure of any
Imagine, however, that you are in a different place and time,
where the world is rapidly changing around you. Young men are being
drafted and sent to foreign lands to participate in an unpopular
war. A new breed of free-spirited youth is protesting, challenging
convention, and enjoying sex, drugs, and rock 'n' roll. In this
atmosphere, would you still stick to your safe routine? Or would
you venture out to find freedom, adventure, and possibility in the
"Come Down to the River: A Memoir of Adventure" follows Harold
Brink as he breaks free from the mold and explores the world during
the turbulent 1970s and the decades thereafter. From a military
base in Berlin and a hippie town in the Colorado mountains, to
romance in Morocco and the perilous Alaskan wilderness, it
chronicles Brink's life-changing experiences, which may just
encourage you to pursue your own.
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