Travels With Steinbeck

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Press Release 2: Former Educator Sets Out to Rediscover America in “Travels With Steinbeck”


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  1. * Bob Lamoree says:

    I think your father, who (risking understatement) was a huge influence/mentor in my life (Kiski ’53-’55), would be proud of your travels.
    I’ve just now perused ‘Travels with Steinbeck’ and I see that you’ve aged. Of course, the last time I saw you, you were a mere lad. You’re not as thick as your dad, but you’ve got the look. More than that, I suspect you’ve got the character.
    What an adventure you undertook! Among many other things I discovered Steinbeck too late in life. If ‘Grapes of Wrath’ isn’t America’s greatest novel, the only one better is’ Huckleberry Finn.’ I loved his ‘Travels with Charlie,’ and I envy your quest. And, you met Steinbeck’s son. Damned if he isn’t cut from the same mold.
    Your commentaries … those that I read … are very astute and poignant. Greg, I really look forward to reading your book. [I’m thankful that it was noted in the recent Kiski bulletin.] To be honest, you’ve got me to thinking about taking a trip, but not in a camper.
    Bob Lamoree

    | Reply Posted 9 years, 8 months ago

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