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and the Winner is...

Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award 2002  Sponsored by the Society of American Travel Writers, the Lowell Thomas Awards recognize and reward outstanding travel journalism. In 2002 a record 1,470 entries competed in 28 categories for the most prestigious honors given in this field.

Independent Publisher Book Award 2002 -- Travel Essay  ...looking for innovation and excellence, the IPPY's are designed to bring increased recognition to the deserving but often unsung titles published by independent authors and publishers. We applaud those out there on the front lines, exhibiting the courage and creativity it takes to get noticed and to impress readers in a world of superstores and publishing conglomerates.

National Outdoor Book Award 2001 -- Literature Category "Vivid, often light-hearted, and honestly written, Where the Pavement Ends is ... skillfully crafted, with a sense of excitement and momentum that resembles coasting downhill on a bicycle..."

The Barbara Savage Miles From Nowhere Memorial Award is given biennially to an unpublished adventure narrative that vividly conveys the risks, joys, hardships, disappointments, triumphs, moments of humor, and accidents of fate that are invariably part of a personal outdoor adventure.

 

 

 

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by bicycle across Mongolia, China & Vietnam