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Steven n' Linda (The Chouters)
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From the Cascades to the Rockies.
The day we left Eugene for eastern Oregon, the skies were filled with smoke from multiple raging fires and the temperatures were soaring. We had been moseying around familiar territory for so long, neither of us remembered to check the mountain directory. W...

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The day we left Eugene for eastern Oregon, the skies were filled with smoke from multiple raging fires and the temperatures were soaring. We had been moseying around familiar territory for so long, neither of us remembered to check the mountain directory. W...

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The Solar System
It never dawned on me before we started our fulltiming life that I would actually enjoy camping anywhere other than a manicured, 50 amp, full hook-up site. I mean, even when we camped in Alfred Hitchpop, if it was available, we reserved FHU sites though we ...

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Catching Up
Our return to the Pacific Northwest this summer was planned before we ever hit the road. Our daughter Zoe was graduating from Western Washington University in Bellingham and that was our main destination in June. Afterward, we thought we might head east, bu...

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Beeline to Goosenecks State Park
When Steven and I arrived at the ranch last year in early November, we had no idea that it would be after Easter before we said our goodbyes and began our trek back to the northwest. We assumed we'd be on our way shortly after Christmas, boondocking in the ...

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When Steven and I arrived at the ranch last year in early November, we had no
idea that it would be after Easter before we said our goodbyes and began our
trek back to the northwest. We assumed we'd be on our way shortly after
Christmas, boondocking in t...

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This is a TTV (Through the Viewfinder) photograph. Shot through the viewfinder of an old Kodak Duaflex camera. I had an old brass lens attached via a bellows on my Canon 5D Mark III. So basically the photo is through two layers of vintage glass. This is a shot of my 1919 Contessa Nettel bellows camera.
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