Borders and who we are

northlandWe spend a lot of time looking at the southern border of the United States these days, but there is much to learn looking in the other direction as well.  Northland does this, following the U.S.- Canada border from the east to the west, traveling by boat, car and foot, and meeting folks of all kinds of backgrounds and opinions along the way.  The history of the border is also fascinating, full of twists and turns and war and quirky personalities.

It’s a fascinating trip to follow, and well worth the 4,000 miles.

 Interested in some other great travel literature? Try one of these:

In Patagonia  by Bruce Chatwin

Journeys  by Jan Morris

West with the Night by Beryl Markham

Blue Highways by William Least Heat-Moon

Great Plains by Ian Frazier

Notes from a Small Island  by Bill Bryson

Under the Tuscan Sun by Frances Mayes

 

Northland by Porter Fox

 

 

 

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