Peggy Lee once sang: “Is that all there is?” It seems that at some point, in a loosely-defined period known as middle-age, we all catch ourselves singing the same tune. Then we either
accept that, indeed, that’s all there is, or we decide that there has to be more. Maybe it’ll be a new hairdo, a new car, or a new wardrobe. Or maybe a whole new you. Jim Camplin chose the latter and, at age 50, set out on an epic journey of self-discovery that would forever
change his life and who he was. For over two months he was adrift on a bicycle, travelling through France, Italy, and Greece, before finally arriving in southern Crete. There he encountered a group of people that taught him how to live life to the fullest.