BOOK RELEASE
Man abandons car on Pacific coast
and sets out with dog and canoe
on 4,000 mile journey into
AMERICA.

His Errand,
find a new frontier by way of an
ancient path.

His plan,
put his canoe in the water and
paddle. He has done no prior
research. He has no map. He
has no idea what he is in for.

"Boots-on-the-ground,"
from farm to farm, town to town,
and city to city, with no doors to
lock or walls to sleep behind;
this is as real as it gets, a
happy, good humored,
and honest account
of America.

As our traveler would say,
"that wasn't the half of it,"
meaning that this story is so full of
good deeds, it's hard to believe.
Good deeds by strangers who like
angels from the blue,
spontaneously step forward to
help our traveler along his way.
AMERICAN ERRAND
This is the story of a
man who follows the
footsteps of his pioneer
forefathers and
mothers to discover
their wonderful legacy,
born from the
tremendous risks
and hardships they
heroically undertook
for a better life.
RIVERS OF THE NORTH
Copyright © James Sheldon
2010
All rights reserved

Morning mist on the Missouri
Special effects provided by God
JAMES AND HIS DOG UB
using "walking machine" to
portage dam in N. Dakota
Photo by Steve Holmes
James and UB on Snake River
in Eastern Washington
Photo by Patricia Sheldon

CLICK LINK BELOW FOR
PURCHASE PAGE





BREWSTER & STAULBER
PUBLISHING, AN
AUTHOR-OWNED COMPANY