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Minstrel of a Modern Time David Telford

Minstrel of a Modern Time

David Telford

Published August 28th 2005
ISBN : 9781594537660
Paperback
213 pages
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?Time on the road is longer than time in normal life. Without the distractions of work and family and friends, with only miles of road and the search for the next meal, or a warm dry place to camp, one can invest their full energy into the analysisMore?Time on the road is longer than time in normal life. Without the distractions of work and family and friends, with only miles of road and the search for the next meal, or a warm dry place to camp, one can invest their full energy into the analysis of a single thought.? Angus Tory McLeod had lived his life one day at a time since the death of his parents. Carpe Diem ? seize the day ? was his creed. He traveled the country from one end to the other, always on the move, working for his meals and lodging, and leaving behind a token of his appreciation in song, poem, or portrait. To him, the future was only as far away as the next town. When he meets Jenna, a young lady for whom time is running out, Torys concept of time changes drastically. Together they find love and for their brief time together, they live each day to its fullest. But when they are finally parted, it is the future and what might have been that consumes Torys thoughts. His only relief is to reach out to Jennas family in hopes of reconnecting to his lost love.