On Her Own Adventure
Edited by Susan Fox Rogers, this inspiring collection of 25 personal stories reveals all the complexities of solo travel, with compelling and daring adventure narratives and refreshing insights at every turn.
Marybeth's essay in this collection is "The Wind on My Face."
"A very impressive collection of travel pieces by women who took to the byways--road, river, trail--with only themselves as company. Crackingly good writing throughout, a heady stew rich with savory chunks of information for those, women or men, wishing to go it alone." ~ Kirkus Reviews
"How refreshing to fnd a book about the outdoors that addresses issues peculiar to women, such as the guilt of leaving the family and the fear of meeting a male while alone in the wilderness. The book will appeal to armchair travelers and women seeking inspiration and adventure." ~ Library Journal