Connecting with Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea
I have been planning an adventure-filled road trip since the beginning of the year. I invited one of my sisters to join me and she enthusiastically agreed to a two-week tour of the southern states, stopping along the way to visit friends and family inside the Monthly Book Box membership.
We planned our route.
We began looking at what we could do at our stops.
Our joint enthusiasm grew as summer got nearer and nearer.
Then the gas prices shot up.
And...well, you get the idea. All of a sudden, our road trip was out of reach because the cost of gas was tripled (or quadrupled, in some spots) what it had been when we began dreaming and planning.
We were devastated.
Maybe you can relate? Maybe there's been something that you anticipated for months and months, only to experience colossal disappointment before it came to pass?
My memory-making trip may have been cancelled, but I've had several adventures with my sister (and all of the Monthly Book Box members) anyway and one of my favorites was inside the pages of Ernest Hemingway's The Old Man and the Sea.
And I know you will, too.
Beginning with the food.
Connecting with the Content.
After you finish page 10, click here.
After you finish page 16, click here.
After you finish page 18, click here.
After you finish page 24, click here.
After you finish page 38, click here.
After you finish page 49, click here.
After you finish page 88, click here.
Ending with a little chat.
About your novel treasure.
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