Blind curves : a woman, a motorcycle, and a journey to reinvent herself

Friday, June 5, 2015
Linda Crill
Blind curves : a woman, a motorcycle, and a journey to reinvent herself

“Blind curves: a woman, a motorcycle, and a journey to reinvent herself” by Linda Crill and the true story/movie “Wild: from lost to found on the Pacific Crest Trail” by Cheryl Strayed have similar storylines. Both of these true “adventures” are taken by women after suffering a loss of a relationship. These individuals have strong “backbones” and challenge themselves to risks. Linda in “Blind curves” learns to ride a motorcycle just before she joins 3 other individuals on a 2,500 mile round trip on the West Coast from Vancouver, Canada to Mendocino, California. After “laying” a motorcycle down on top of herself during her motorcycle test to driving her Harley up craggy trails with blind curves, this woman truly reinvents herself. Cheryl Strayed similarly challenged herself to backpack the Pacific Crest Trail without previous experience or someone to watch over her in case of tragedy. 

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