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Real-Life Gypsy Stories with Scooter Tramp Scotty





THE FLAVOR OF NEW ORLEANS WINTER, Part 2

Holiday Treats

Text and Photos by Scooter Tramp Scotty
It had been weeks since my arrival in New Orleans and by now waking at camp in the tiny bamboo infested backyard of B.B.'s little house in the French Quarter seemed perfectly normal. After the coffee she'd soon bring to my tent-door on this sunny morning I'd laze a few hours away before walking through the French Quarter to offer my service at the local police station.
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THE FLAVOR OF NEW ORLEANS

And gets to Hang with Queen B.B.

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
Having found B.B.'s story of great interest, I looked excitedly forward to the time I'd soon spend living in the French Quarter with her. Little did I suspect that Betsy and I would not leave for seven weeks...
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PASSION

Follow Your Heart

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
This is a piece I feel compelled to write. It is about my own struggles with the idea of following only the true call of one's heart.
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Motorcycles Aboard The Great Ferry Lines

Traveling along the Intracoastal Alaska Marine Highway System.

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
For anyone who would like to ride the huge ships that carry cars, semi trucks, motor homes, and motorcycles from the city of Bellingham, Washington to the distant shores of Alaska.
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Eulogy for Dale Sheppard

Dale owned Biker Dale's Bike Shop, Texas where Betsy's engine was recently replaced.

by Scooter Tramp Scotty
For those unfortunate enough not to have known him, Dale was the man who owned Biker Dale's Bike Shop in Groves Texas where I replaced Betsy's engine only weeks ago.
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1200 MILES SOUTH OF THE MEXICAN BORDER

Michelle and I had been in Baja for better than a month, but that was over now.

Photos and story by Scooter Tramp Scotty.
Morning brought warm weather and a cup of lukewarm coffee from a thermos. Our camp was hidden some distance into the desert and it was time to pull the day’s plan together, so I spread the map out.
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Tire Trouble Blues

Can You Really Do That?

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
Drinking coffee and talking shit can take time but eventually I came back outside only to be confronted with a flat rear tire.
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Accidental Rebuild Part 2

Sometimes Mickey Mouse is best

By Scotty Kerekes - Scooter Tramp Scotty
Brent, owner of Black Jack Cycles located just down the street, had allowed me to rewire my 1988 FLHT, rebuild its front end, install a new stereo, etc. in his parking lot and for a while that place had become my full time job.
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