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Too Proud To Ride A Cow

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After spending almost 5 years sailing alone around the world, Bernie Harberts arrived home a prisoner of the very independence he’d worked so hard to cultivate.

Harberts decided it was time to let people back in his life.

Armed with simple curiosity and an uncooperative mule, he discovered that most Americans felt the same way he did – that they were adrift in a sea of isolation. Join Bernie Harberts as he crosses the everyday divide between isolation and companionship on an American bridge of ranchers, lady poachers and ordinary citizens.

Harberts and his mule Woody began their journey in Oriental, NC, walked to the Atlantic Ocean then turned west. A year later, Harberts completed his adventure at the Pacific Ocean in San Diego, CA.

Bernie regained his trust in America riding his mule into the lives of the people he met. Some were unusual – like the 6 time married rat rancher, or the tattooed lady poacher that kept Bernie warm by drawing him in to her illicit lifestyle. Others were everyday Americans with their own story – a truck driver, a feed store owner, a teacher, a barber.

“Too Proud to Ride a Cow”, is author/adventurer Bernie Harbert’s account of his 3,500-mile across America with a mule. Written to explain why and how he crossed the continent with little more than a

twenty-year old mule, a tipi and a camera, “Too Proud” reveals the America Harberts discovered at his 8-mile per day pace. In addition to 9 maps, the 256-page book contains 93 photographs (47 in color) from Harberts’ voyage.

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