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Real-Life Gypsy Stories with Scooter Tramp Scotty

The Endless Highway - Part Three

This brings us to Joe Sparrow.

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
Although on the road for 5 consecutive years now, Joe’s story began long ago…
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The Endless Highway - Part Two

Next we have the famous Bean’re.

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
Known as the “Mayor of Fun”, he is outrageous, funny, entertaining, and always standing center field at any event or social gathering.
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The Endless Highway - Part One

Lifestyles of the fulltime motorcycle drifters.

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
Such a life requires that the nomadic motorcyclist adopt, refine, and embrace many unorthodox methods.
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Heading to Utah, the River Brings New Friends

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
On the way to Utah, stopping at the Hot Spring Park and meeting new friends - another wonderful tale from Scooter Tramp Scotty
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Kansas Breakdown

Repairs for Betsy, Visiting Old Friends and A Small Town in Kansas.

By Scooter Tramp Scotty
It was just after Sturgis, while on the road to Montana that the weld on my transmission’s shifting arm (I always weld those damn things) broke.
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Scooter Tramp Scotty Visits the French Quarter in New Orleans

The Famous Dr. John Drops By For a Visit

Photos and text by Scooter Tramp Scotty
The person I’d like to talk about now is the famous Dr. John, because he dropped by the house last week and I was fortunate enough to spend some time in his company. I had just seen this guy on TV the week before.
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ABATE’s New Orleans Toy Run

Scooter Tramp Scotty Brings Toys, Santa, Happiness and Smiles

Photos and text by Scooter Tramp Scotty
ABATE of Louisiana was founded by B.B.’s late husband Pops some 33 years ago. Pops then organized this toy run the following year. Its purpose is to benefit the residence of a home for mentally retarded kids.
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…2,000 miles below the Mexican border--Sometimes reality is stranger than fiction…

Photos and text by Scott Kerekes
I guessed old Betsy and me to be around 1,400 miles south of the Mexican boarder. But this was nothing new, for it had been since the spring of 1994 that I’d been perpetually on the road. In the time between then and now I’d not stayed in any one place for longer than two months—usually less. For the motorcycle drifter it’s best that one follow the sun and it had been many previous winters that ha...
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