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Cousin Jack
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Rick: Red and I have been motorcycle touring since 1989. How many times have we not been able to find a campground or a motel? Once... on our very first tour! Second night out on the northCalifornia Coast, we couldn't find an open campground.... so I sent Red in anyway with those big brown eyes of hers..... "Mister, have you got just a teeny weeny little spot for my (notice she didn't say "our") teeny weeny tent?" The guyfound her (us) a place! Dusty's right...he's always right... get spontaneous and just go. Carrying camp gear makes you infinetely more flexible. You could always sleep in shifts at a rest area, even....! You just need to hitchhike into Bluefield, West Virginia with 17 cents in your pocket like I did bacl in 1963! Talk about flexible! That's a story...but I can't tell it on here!

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Dusty, your photos are absolutely stunning: how do you get them so sharp, so saturated with color? Do you use a tripod? What's your secret, buddy? Teach me! Teach me! Please?

First name: Mel (Red\'s: Sandy)

"It's a dangerous business, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don't keep your feet, there's no telling where you might be swept off to." (Bilbo Baggins)
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