Stepping Into Fountains is a young woman’s odyssey to South America, Appalachia, Berkeley, Mexico and Central America to learn about life outside of sheltered, small-town America in the 1970s. It recounts in colorful detail the unforgettable experience working with impoverished children from Colombia’s slums; the summer she worked in a children’s home in Appalachia; the fall season when she and a friend drove a ‘53 Chevy from Kansas to California, picking up every hitchhiker along the way; selling cookies on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley; traveling north from Panama City to the United States border by local bus; three months traveling alone throughout Mexico. She wasn’t in Kansas anymore. This is her story, her odyssey, beginning in the summer of 1972 to the fall of 1976.
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