Entertaining and often humorous vignettes culled from the author's travel diary. Woods winds her way through Canada, the United States, and Europe, encountering thought-provoking people along the way, including the doctor who created the abortion pill, a well-known painter, and a famous pianist.
Five years after moving to Las Vegas, Woods decided she was allergic to the intense summer heat. Leaving the city every summer, she discovered the benefits of an affordable travel club and European home exchanges.
As she wound her way through Canada, the United States and Europe, she even found a little Italian romance to boot. For sixteen years, Terry traveled and continued to keep her lifelong diary. In these stories, Woods finds herself in a circle of thinkers and doers: in France, she meets the doctor who created the abortion pill, a well-known painter, and a famous pianist.
At its heart, the book celebrates the spice of life and new experiences that can change the way we think.