Tarboro to Katmandu, an autobiography of Job Kitchin Savage's unusual life of 90 years. He talks about the interesting aspects of life in hometown Tarboro - education, athletics, social and economic conditions during the Great Depression and how these factors shaped his life. He tells of marriage to his lovely/smart college sweet heart, of four years in the army during WW II, seven years of college under the GI Bill to earn a PhD, employment with the US Department of Agriculture in Washington followed by 20 years of work overseas in 53 countries as an Agricultural Development Consultant. His writing style is conversational. Pictures through out illustrate his unusual and colorful life. A good read.