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Leave Tomorrow: My Ride to the Bottom of the World

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"For everyone thinking of a new adventure, a new life, or even a new venture: DO IT." - Jim Rogers, bestselling author of Investment Biker. After building a successful business, Dirk Weisiger was ready for something new. But he wasn't sure what. Maybe a motorcycle adventure, I've never done that! What followed was a fourteen-month, solo motorcycle journey from Austin, Texa ...more
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Published October 1st 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Ruthie Jones
I'm a seasoned traveler, but after reading about Dirk Weisiger's journey to the Bottom of the World on a motorcycle, I am in complete awe of his courage, audacity, and adventurous spirit.

Leave Tomorrow has a couple of vibes. First and foremost, this story is a chronicle of one man's journey from Texas to Argentina on a motorcycle, the Iron Horse (the relationship Dirk has with his motorcycle is fabulous). This adventure is filled with friendly people, tests of patience, danger, uncertainty, exci
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Lorilei Gonzales
Feb 26, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I'm not too proud to admit that I sort of begged to review this book. My husband owns the DVD boxset of The Long Round and The Long Way Down, and I was hooked right away. When I saw that Weisiger's book was of a similar nature, I had to get my hands on it. I was ecstatic to see that he covered a different part of the world and completed the journey ALL BY HIMSELF! No camera crews to back him up if something went wrong or a translator was needed. And as I set the book down and got my notebook rea ...more
Mike
Mar 02, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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Leave Tomorrow

Leave Tomorrow is more of an adventure story than just a travel book. The writing is so descriptive that while reading it, I sometimes felt the need to stand up and brush off some of the road dust!

I felt this book was about one man’s need to conquer: conquer the road, conquer fear, conquer an idea. The author never actually says that, but it’s one of those “read between the lines” things. But that’s not bad. I was quite intrigued, and I applauded the author’s determination to finis
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Bobby
Dec 14, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoy travelogues and I liked this book despite certain weaknesses. It is self-published book by a guy who is not a professional writer but who has traveled several continents, climbed many mountains and has an enthusiasm for the road. He loves the adventure of new people and places, and he contrived a way to convert a conventional lifestyle into an epic journey. His authenticity and freshness counterbalance deficiencies in elegance and depth.
LL
May 14, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
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It's his story so it's what he felt. Abundant opinions on most everything, Written like a magazine article, bare minimum of emotion.

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Dirk Weisiger is a travel trekker, trick roper and storyteller. As a teenager, and through years of building a successful business, Dirk has always enjoyed speaking to groups, spinning tales, ropes and offering lessons he has learned in adventures of life and business. He has travelled to five continents and climbed Mount Kilimanjaro and is a true adventurer.

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