In this sequel to his award-winning An Innocent Abroad, Scot David M. Addison
continues his account of a year spent as an exchange teacher in Missoula,
Montana in the western United States.
When he embarked on the exchange, the author vowed he would embrace every
experience (within reason) that came his way and mostly they were reasonable,
though there were some he would not care to repeat.
In the course of this book, he experiences seasonal activities such as
Hallowe'en (American style), Kris Kringle and Thanksgiving. He also sits his
driving test in his wreck of a wagon which he not-so-fondly dubs "The Big Blue
Mean Machine" and