Just had a chance to read your website about your books and adventures. Very cool. Enjoyed reading about your experiences. I have a few of my own, but mostly in Latin America and SE Asia. We can swap stories over a glass of wine at the next reunion.
Thanks for keeping me in the loop
Dr. Jeffrey Sharkey
Capitol Alliance Group, Inc
Read Polly’ “Adventure Traveler” story.
MAY 3, 2013 ~ First Friday Art Walk 4-6 P.M.
Downtown Grand Rapids, MN
Brewed Awakenings Coffee House will feature:
*Polly Keith Scotland, adventure author of “By Foot, Pedal, or Paddle” will be doing a book signing.
*Pamela Hanson, Photographer
*McKeon Roberts singer / songwriter.
“By Foot, Pedal, or Paddle” is NOW available on Amazon.com
Now on Amazon.com
Thank you Sea Kayaker Magazine for listing my book, “By Foot, Pedal, or Paddle” on page 53 of the April 2013 edition!
Bemidji Pioneer 2/21/13
You are invited to hear about hiking the Copper Canyon area of Mexico. Recent Bandito attacks forced us to hike an alternate route.
Friday Feb. 8, 6:30 pm CST at the REI store in Bloomington, MN
Camping on a drop-off.
It was an honor to speak to the “Read, Feed, and Golf” Book Club! Alice, you are a wonderful hostess. Julie, Jan, Laureen, Ann, Mary––your “out-there” adventures are exciting too. Diane, you make great Paul Bunyan Cookies! Yum! Cheers to a fun Book Club!
Bloomington REI — Hiking Beyond Copper Canyon, Mexico
Date: Friday, February 8, 2013
Event Location: Bloomington REI
Event Fee: Free
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 PM CST
Presenter: Lee and Polly Keith Scotland
Description: Join author, Polly Keith Scotland and her husband photographer Lee Scotland, to hear their exciting travel stories. Including a Copper Canyon trip where recent bandito attacks forced them to take an alternate route in the region between Urique and Batopilas. “Don’t Go! It’s too dangerous!” These were the pleas from their friends when they told them they would be hiking the Copper Canyon area of Mexico. A vigorous 4 day trek between the remote cities of Urique and Batopilas gives exceptional insight into the ways of the native Tarahumara (Raramuri) citizens. This presentation is just one of the many “out-there” adventure stories featured in her book, “By Foot, Pedal, or Paddle.” As a former fight attendant and travel cruise escort, Polly has found her most remarkable travel excursions involve hiking 14-ers with blistered feet, biking strength-sapping mountain passes, or heading into the whitecaps of Lake Superior. Polly’s book takes the reader to such places as Iceland, Alaska, Canada, and Chile–with many stops in between. Join them for this presentation to hear their stories first hand. Book Signing – 4:30pm – 6:30pm, Presentation – 6:30pm -7:30pm.