ADVENTURES IN YELLOW – TWO GREAT SADDLE YARNS! ONE EPIC JOURNEY!

Welcome to panamericanadventure.com the website behind the Adventures in Yellow series of inspirational travel books! The story tells how we, Norman and Maggie Magowan, exchanged our routine nine to five existence to become biking nomads on an epic motorcycling adventure through the Americas. The journey spanned 35,500 miles from Chile to Alaska and is told in two great saddle yarns: Leprechauns in Latin America and Leprechauns in Alaska.

Click here to order copies signed by Norman Magowan

Signed copies of both books are available direct from the author via this website, or you can find them on Amazon and in Waterstones and all good bookshops.

Leprechauns in Latin America and Leprechauns in Alaska are also available as ebooks from the Amazon Kindle store.

The motivation for this incredible and eventful journey came from the loss of several close family members to cancer. The trip itself is still a fund-raiser for the world’s largest independent cancer charity: Cancer Research UK.

This website contains the story of the journey as it unfolded at the time through the road trip journals and photo-galleries. It also contains detailed background and reference material.

The books were written after the event (with the benefit of consideration, hindsight and a lot of passion and research!) and their purpose is to both entertain and inspire the reader.

We enjoyed the ride; now we invite you to sit back and enjoy the read!

Norman and Maggie Magowan

A brilliant yarn, meeting triumph and disaster alike with unstoppable humour and an unbeatable turn of phrase.
(Geoff Hill, author of ‘The Road to Gobblers Knob’ & ‘Oz – Around Australia on a Triumph’)

With excellent research and descriptions, Norman gives a real sensation of what overlanding is all about.
(Sam Manicom, author of ‘Into Africa’, ‘Under Asian Skies’, ‘Distant Suns’ & ‘Tortillas to Totems’)

Full of humour and personal insight, and laced with interesting historical background… an engaging and thoroughly enjoyable page-turner. It’ll make you want to saddle up and get out on the road to experience it all for yourself.
(Iain Harper, The Ted Simon Foundation)