An anecdotal account of my father's road trip from Los Angeles to Seattle with Elvis Presley to the 1962 Seattle Worlds Fair. They drove together and he and Elvis seperated from their entourage and went on a driving trip through Northern California, Coastal and Southwest Oregon and Washington before getting to Seattle. They met a diverse group of peole along the way, and an astonishing secret is revealed. Taken from and rewritten from my fathers diaries and journals.
|Publisher:||Robert C. Kedenburg|
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About the Author
Robert Kedenburg is a resident of Southwest Washington. He rewrote the story from Terry Jeffersons Journals. He is a veteran of the United States Coast Guard and a graduate of Western Washington University. He is employed as a teacher in Kelso, Washington, and is an amateur astronomer, photographer, boat builder, and sailor. He has written for the Columbia River Reader.