Fisher Hill has a new book called Stepping into Fountains and can only be bought on Amazon Kindle. It’s about the owner of Fisher Hill when she was a young woman. It’s her odyssey to South America, Appalachia, Berkeley and beyond 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.
You can buy the book on Amazon Kindle. Go to Amazon.com, choose Books and then type in Stepping into Fountains.
We hope you enjoy the book!
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