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The Story Behind the Book: Nibi Soto’s Beyond the Map’s Boundary

My father was born with the ‘Travel Bug’ and passed it on to me.  For as long as I can remember we were on the road every summer for the entire length of his vacation.  He drove our family all over the United States, Canada and Mexico to see historical landmarks that made the subject of history in school come alive for my brothers and me.  By the time I was 17 we had been in every state of the Union a minimum of four times each, with the exception of Hawaii and Alaska.  After high school I traveled to both of them numerous times, as well as all over the world.  I developed a fascination for world history the same as I had for American history. To this day I get an indescribable thrill when I stand in the middle of ancient ruins where my ancestors possibly stood many centuries ago.  Places like the streets of the Roman Empire or Ephesus set my imagination on fire.  It was amazing to me that… (read more)

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