Wanna Smoke?: The Adventures of A Storyteller

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AuthorHouse, Dec 19, 2005 - Biography & Autobiography - 460 pages
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My story starts during the Summer of Love August 1967. Fired from my corporate job on the Friday my summer vacation was to start, I decided to go to Haight/Ashbury and check it out. The six days I spent there aroused the hidden desire to do something Id always wanted to do-work my way around the world.

With Merchant Seaman papers, a passport, a duffel bag full of clothes and $125, I set sail from San Pedro, California, at the age of 26. My voyage ended three years later in Tucson, Arizona, $10 in my pocket, a backpack full of clothes, and 2000 miles short of circumnavigating the world

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About the author (2005)

After completing his trip around the world, the author bought some land in the Tucson, Arizona desert and moved into a Tipi. Hence the nickname TiPi Paul. For two years he lived without electricity and water. It took thirty one years and eight months to get water. Says the author "Im a decadent Hippie now. I have a masonry house, electricity, water, a flush toilet and a telephone."

The authors given name is Paul Haid III. Born in Tucson, in 1941, he graduated from Rincon highschool, class of 60 and the University of Arizona, class of 66. Claims hes part of the BC generation. "The before computers generation. When I graduated in 66 we were still using slide rules. TiPi also served in the US Navy, 6/61-6/63.

"Working my way around the world was an education in itself," says TiPi. "Thats why I encourage young people to travel if they can. Get out of town and see what the rest of the world is like."

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