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Joy and Aaron, Cycling Across America, Little Pine Café, Mitchell, OR
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It’s Monday June 24 and Joy and Aaron wait for the Little Pine Café to open for breakfast. Since March, they’ve cycled from Virginia on a cross country quest. They hit a rainy spell in central Oregon, which is kind of a drag, but it’s a trade off against the brutal heat that can come with sunny summer days. Despite the rain they were cheerful and agreed to be photographed.
Copyright: Bill Edwards
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Uploaded: 03/07/2013
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