Rusty Hix Tells Readers 'No Adventure Too Ridiculous'
The book chronicles Hix's not-so-typical travel tales of helicoptering over the geothermal areas of New Zealand, zip-lining, kayaking and whitewater rafting in Costa Rica and visiting pagodas, Buddhist temples and the Great Wall in China. He also describes many of his wild experiences that include a panda sitting on his lap, vertical caving, sky diving, climbing the world's highest structure and a serious car accident that nearly cost him his life. Hix also details the food, customs and behavior of people within a variety of cultures along with vivid descriptions of the scenery where it all takes place.
"In my book, readers will learn about a variety of places that most people will want to visit and they will read about extreme adventures that most will never undertake," Hix shares. "They will laugh and maybe even cry."
"No Adventure Too Ridiculous" is a collection of stories that range from absurd shenanigans to extreme adventures topped off with doses of history, humor and survival. Hix hopes to entertain readers with his travel stories and would like them to realize that there is joy and knowledge in making an effort to explore the world.
"No Adventure Too Ridiculous"
By Rusty Hix
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 322 pages | ISBN 9781480841888
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 322 pages | ISBN 9781480841871
E-Book | 322 pages | ISBN 9781480841895
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Rusty Hix has been involved in international sales for many years and has been to over 30 countries in addition to many back road travels across the U.S. He has also been an adrenaline junkie for years with a passion for adventure sports.
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