Walter Rhein will be presenting on hiking the Inca Trail with Olympic cross-country skiers Leif Zimmermann, Martin Koukal, and Roberto Carcelen this Saturday, November 17th in Minneapolis. He will also be presenting on his well-received cross-country skiing memoir “Beyond Birkie Fever.” The two presentations will be approximately one hour in length and will feature a slide show of spectacular images from Peru as well as the Birkie.
The first presentation is titled “Connecting the Lost Cities: Hiking the Inca Trail with Olympic Athletes” and will be on Saturday, November 17th at 10:30 AM in the University of Minnesota Hanson Hall, Room 106 (the address for Hanson Hall is: 1925 4th St. S, Minneapolis MN 55455). This is the story of a six day journey in Peru from Choquequirao to Machu Picchu.
The second presentation is titled “Beyond Birkie Fever” and will be a discussion of his humorous cross-country skiing memoir of the same name. The book was recently featured in the Chippewa Valley Book Festival.
These presentations are free to the public, and the author will be available to sell and sign his novel after the presentations. For more information, click here.
To pick up copies of “Beyond Birkie Fever” (pick up like ten and give them to your friends and family, they’ll love it!) click here!
For those of you who haven’t already, make sure you do me a favor a pick up my books Beyond Birkie Fever and The Bone Sword over at the Rhemalda Bookshop! If you happen to write a review somewhere, please let me know! Also, add Birkie and Bone Sword to your cart on Amazon.com!