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The Art of Escaping the Stale Norm

Old 10-21-16, 04:17 AM
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The Art of Escaping the Stale Norm

Hello people!

I wrote a piece about being your own self and try things that other people don't want to. Carrying stuff on your bike is one of these things!

https://bicycleobsession.wordpress.c...he-stale-norm/
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nice. one summer, after work, I would pack my used boy scout pack with wetsuit, inflatable raft, weighted dive flag, camera, underwater housing, mask, fins & snorkel, onto my bike to get to remote salt tidal areas to photograph crabs. probably have the only photograph of a hermit crab with a step-over-toe-hold-death-grip on a snail, disproving that they only occupy abandoned shells
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nice. one summer, after work, I would pack my used boy scout pack with wetsuit, inflatable raft, weighted dive flag, camera, underwater housing, mask, fins & snorkel, onto my bike to get to remote salt tidal areas to photograph crabs. probably have the only photograph of a hermit crab with a step-over-toe-hold-death-grip on a snail, disproving that they only occupy abandoned shells
That's peculiar hobby you 've got there. Watching crabs! Do you have the photo to share?
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That's peculiar hobby you 've got there. Watching crabs! Do you have the photo to share?
somewhere ... (took it 38 yrs ago)
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