When Karl Lundberg, a retired wildlife scientist who has spent most of his life in Africa, finds he has Parkinson’s Disease, he faces a difficult decision. To stay in the USA, with good medical care, or to head back to his beloved Africa where the elderly are honored and treated with great respect. This novel tells the story of Karl’s choice to return to Africa, as well as giving an insider’s perspective on the steady advance of Parkinson’s Disease. Told with sensitivity and hope, this book will encourage those who do have Parkinson’s to challenge themselves to adventurous living. It’s also a tale to warm the hearts of anyone who has lived in Africa.