by: Brooke Willett
When her plush and comfy life suddenly and unexpectedly fell apart, Brooke and her dog, Cloud, set out to defy the odds. She put on a knapsack, and they started walking. She was able to navigate her way through challenges and obstacles, getting odd jobs along the way, and hopping freight trains as a main mode of transport, when one day she awoke in the forest, looked around the jungle of homemade shelters, and realized she had become… a hobo… and would ultimately come to know exactly what it means to survive.
This self-help, memoir, survival guide is designed to help hobos not only make it through the day, but to come to love and enjoy every blessed moment of this feral life. Whether you’re on the road for the first time, or you’re just wondering what this underground railroad of street kid life is all about, do not read this book. You might be disappointed. Side effects include: nausea, loss of sleep, rogue thoughts of escaping the cubicle, and other various inappropriate behaviors. This message will self-destruct.