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Catfish on a bike, part II Fallow along as Catfish takes us on another one of his great tours.

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Old 10-03-04, 07:15 PM   #1
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Here are some pictures from the ride these are from Oregon
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Wow! Those are spectacular pictures!

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Wow! Those are spectacular pictures!
Agreed!!! Beautiful job Catfish! Now I really wanna go there some day. An with your directions in your stories it'll be EZ.
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Old 10-05-04, 06:52 PM   #4
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I got 4 discs full of pics and the server here wont accept them someone said to resize them but i have not a clue how to do that from the libarary here eventually i may figure it out these two were the only ones the server would accept
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Catfish, I just read through your entire epiloge (sp?) and I second whoever said they'd be in line for the book. I live in Washington and haven't taken the opportunity to ride the areas you've hit in Oregon. Awesome descriptions...just really real. They made me feel like I was there too. (And those truckers that give you a hard time are all over the place. They must have their families living just north of me because riding on the roads around here is a lot like playing poker...do you have a nice family driving by or a guy who'd rather see you in the ditch?)

Thanks for the travel log.
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