"End of the Trail" is an autobiographical account of Route 66 enthusiast Rice's eight-year struggle with Traumatic Brain Injury. His Hollywood life and high-paced track to a Ph.D. in Psychology was abruptly derailed in 2002 when he suffered severe brain injuries in a near-fatal car accident, and a long and painful road to recovery began.
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Dan Rice (Author)
Dan Rice, National VP of the Route 66 Alliance, first walked Route 66 as a child in Chicago. Since then, he's driven it 27 times and in 2009, he opened the first Route 66 shop ever at the road's end, "66-to-Cali" on the Santa Monica Pier. His tiny...