I could have stayed with friends or relations, but those sort of agreements are always short lived, and I would only end up back at square one and ultimately on the streets again.
Because of the summer being just around the corner I decided that I would like to spend a few weeks of camping at some rural spots for a while, just so that I could find time to mend a broken heart. But those weeks would turn into months, and soon I would be living the life of a Nomad where I would once again find love, but this time it would be with the most incredible girl that I had ever met.
Little did I realise it at the time, but I was about to travel the wilderness countryside of rural England with my new found love, followed closely by various law enforcements that were on the trail of a killer that was my Becky.
For six and a half months, Becky and I would make our own world amongst the wildlife and natural freedom of the English prairieland where we became persistent in escaping the clutches of the law until the inevitability game of cat and mouse reached its inevitable end.
This is the true story of Allison Rebecca Mitchell; a real life bohemian girl who was a true mermaid of wildest England.
Join me on an editorial sitcom of laughter and fun as I walk the natural countryside of rural England.
This is a story of a boy who had religion rammed down his throat, only to eventually despise God and Christianity the more it was pushed towards him.
P.S. Do excuse the grammar; I have written this book myself and wished for it to be told by me, and not have anything added on by other sources.
This is the story of my 250 mile walk home to Birmingham from St. Ives, Cornwall, in the autumn of 1990.