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The Cactus Eaters
by Dan White
The Cactus Eaters is a fascinating story about the ambitious Dan White and his girlfriend Allison to hike the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT), a 2,650 ponderous, sun-scorched, bear-infested miles. The Cactus Eaters is extremely humorous, painful, wonderful, and enjoyable all at the same time. Full of adventure, The Cactus Eaters is an account of Dan and Allison’s experiences on their most amazing and breathtaking hiking. It is not only about how wrong a backpack expedition can go, but also about the things that tested their most basic survival skills. Everyone can relate to this book since is not only for adventures but for anyone that is interested on how far a person can go on excruciating pain and fear without giving up. The Cactus Eaters embarks you on an unforgettable and worthwhile experience. And after reading the story, don’t miss the interesting interview with Angela Ballard, editor and publication manager about PCT’s future the author included in the book, as well as the further readings that White suggests on the topic.
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