This is an old school book. Written in 1907. Jack London’s “The Road” is about his life as a hobo. Jumping trains, begging for food, escaping the railroad “Bulls” and enduring the rough aspects of life on the rail. It was mostly miserable in case you are wondering. I wouldn’t last five minutes. No Wifi, Starbucks or plugs to charge my barrage of electronics. But London lived this life with swagger. He felt a calling to be out there, to be on the road and to live an uncommon life. Remember kiddies, there was no reward for him to do this. No celebrity waiting in the wings. No revenue. Not until much later when he had returned to “normal” civilization and had reengaged with society. I did enjoy this book, and I think you can get it online for free. Read it and then get your ass out to the railyard and go for it. That’s an order.