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This is a story about how, in 2002, I rode an AMTRAK train across the USA from Emeryville, CA to Boston, MA. I had my own room in a sleeper car, for three nights on the road. It was great fun. This book tells how I came to make the trip, and the sights I saw crossing the country riding a long-distance train.
Steve Geller was born in Maine, has lived in Alaska and now lives in Berkeley, California. He is retired as a software engineer, from UC Berkeley Space Science Lab. His other travel books are: To Australia for a Supernova and a Flood To Taiwan for a Satellite Conference To Germany for Space Science and Sausage Hitch-Hiking from Maine to Alaska in 1962 contact email: email@example.com