Veteran broadcaster Terry David Mulligan takes readers on a galloping romp down the roads he’s travelled, from busting bad guys as a Mountie to spinning records as a DJ to sampling fine wines around the world. He reminisces about growing up in the North Vancouver neighbourhood known as Skunk Hollow, and about the hard price he paid to leave the Mounties for music. He shares what it was like in Vancouver in 1967 at the height of the Summer of Love, about preparing for interviews with the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa, about living in California and about finding a dream home in “10 Chickens” (Penticton) BC. Here are his candid reflections on the personal and professional journeys he’s taken in his life . . . so far.