James N Perdue
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I enjoy landscape and wildlife photography (http://photos.rvinteractive.com). We travel around the USA in a motorhome full-time which gives me a chance to do a lot of photography. Follow our travels at http://www.rvinteractive.com/rvguys/
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Nice view of the bridge

neat to see where the Missouri River truly starts

Great picture of the iconic Mission Ranch barn. As one of the owners, I just wanted to clarify that the Mission Ranch isn't a "Dude Ranch", but rather a working cattle ranch that offers some of the best-tasting beef you'll ever have. (www.missionranchbeef.com). Thanks for the beautiful picture of one of my favorite places on earth though.

It's an amazing feat of engineering. Like #1

We're planning a trip soon to ride the Trace Parkway. This is the best way to start.

Beautiful panorama! F-1

Greetings from Poland, Marek

This is an amazing photo, well done! It is a pleasure visiting your gallery with full of superb images, I can see you like traveling a lot and have been to many fantastic places! :) LIKEd this one also put it on my FAVOURITE list :) Friendly greetings from Hungary - B a k o s A R T -。◕‿◕。 -T o m i

What a beautiful shot. I would like to go there sometime... Best wishes :)

great picture, 1 like

It would be great if someone were to add pictures of Steamer Lane during the winter of 1955/56, when 6ft and better curls were even inside. We could ride them from Steamer to the beach from about Feb. 1st until May. Mind you, we did so without wetsuits, with long boards. We also slept on the beach, normally down near the rivermouth. There was no fighting to get on a breaker, nor did we do it for other than the pure enjoyment of surfing, in the quiet nature of the times. The statue at the point reminds me of "Surfin Sam" who had a tandem board carrying a little cutie whose posterior made a perfect pillow for Sam's head. Those were the times. Paul Tietzen, Canada

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