There were multiple. When he is in the parking lot, looking at a nearby hill. That whole scene.
These questions are pretty strange and don't have much to do with the audiobook 's quality.
I read the book to prepare for hiking the AT next year. It was informational, especially regarding the historical information about the trail and related fields.
Bryson narrates the abridged audiobook, which is a bit strange, while Rob narrated this one. He did a good job of capturing the emotions.
I was surprised how much humor Bryson used, and because of this, the book was phenomenal. A great writer.
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