Following the implausible luck of his bestselling memoir, Where I Belong, Nice Large Sea entrance guy Alan Doyle returns with a hilarious, heartwarming account of leaving Newfoundland and finding Canada for the primary time.

     Armed with the similar personable, candid taste present in his first guide, Alan Doyle turns his point of view outward from Petty Harbour towards mainland Canada, reflecting on what it used to be love to mission clear of the comforts of house and the familiarity of the island. 
     Incessantly in a van, every now and then in a bus, on occasion in a automobile with damaged wipers “the usage of Bob’s belt and a rope discovered by way of Paddy’s Pond” to drag them from side to side, Alan and his bandmates charted new territory, and he repeatedly measured what he noticed of the huge us of a towards what his forefathers as soon as known as the Daemon Canada. In a duration punctuated by way of positive leaps ahead for the band, deflating steps backward and the whole thing in among–commencing for Barney the Dinosaur at an outside tune competition, being propositioned at a gasoline station mail-order bride provider in Alberta, consuming moonshine with an aged church-goer on a Sunday morning in PEI–Alan’s few dependent notions approximately Canada have been Incessantly debunked and his personal identification as a Newfoundlander used to be repeatedly challenged. Traveling the rustic, he additionally came upon how others view Newfoundlanders and the way skewed those photographs can every now and then be.
     Heartfelt, humorous and all the time insightful, those tales faucet into the complexities of neighborhood and Canadianness, forming the portrait of a tender guy from a tiny fishing village looking to outline and dangle directly to his experience of house even as navigating an unlimited and various and beauty-crammed us of a.