Bob Tuff has lived a life full of adventure...and misadventure. Having remembered most of it, he decided that it was a life that deserved a chronicle of some variety. It all began on a little farm outside Cody, Wyoming in 1949. By the age of 6, Bob was traveling the country, then the world. He was raised by Lutheran missionary parents on the primitive island of Papua New Guinea during the 1960's, educated at boarding school in Australia and served with the U.S. Army, Vietnam in 1969. After being discharged in 1970, Bob worked in Minneapolis as a furniture craftsman and did a lot more traveling (and this where those misadventures get interesting) until his retirement in 2012. After landing in a quiet place during the year 2010, he sat down and wrote his long memoir in ten months. “Thirty One Lives” is a detailed account of life out on the edge and the endless quest for love, spiritual enlightenment and social acceptance. He was encouraged to release an abridged version called “The Frontage Road” geared towards a generation of young adults looking for knowledge and hard earned wisdom from a person who lived it. Both volumes are now available as eBooks at your favorite online store.