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December 30, 2006

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There are many questions to think about before you travel to avoid unexpected expenses to seize you. If you can not plan the trip properly, then just drop the money in your pocket.

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I understand such people to some extend. They have life where there is no everyday work, where you do not have to bother about money and bills.

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There are a lot of matters to think upon before going out on a trip to avert unforeseen expenses taking hold of you. If you fail to plan the trip properly, then money will simply let itself loose from your pocket.

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Glad to see the Hobo still alive, and hope the legend never dies. Arkansas Red

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I've never known of hoboes. I always had only one category - Tramps. But I see that this is much more complicated. You may red the book by George Orwell Up And Down In Paris And London. I will never remember this book.

Keith

My father road the rails in the early thirties. Did not talk about it much but I believe he used that his experience during that time to want to improve his lot in life. Dad went to work for Prudential Insurance Company spending forty-five years as a successful insurance agent, winning many awards for his efforts. Being an insurance agent in the state of Michigan was difficult during the winter months but, he was always there for his policy holders. Dad passed away in 1987. I think of him often. I send a blessing to those who have and are currently riding the rails. May you always be able to do so.

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I understand such people to some extend. They have life where there is no everyday work, where you do not have to bother about money and bills. They enjoy their lives. Their lives are like the sign of protest. It is a pity that if you want to live well you have to follow the rules that were established long long time ago.

Fred

My Grandparents have passed now,but I always keep those stories alive within me.

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My Grandfather used to tell me stories from the 20's and 30's about how he used to jump a train and ride into town to get needle and thread for his mother,thinking back on it, I think he might have been a hobo at heart.He used to hear the train coming, even when he was sick and drag himself to the window to watch.It was like there was something calling him, I could always tell he was thinking about it.My Grandmother,had a restaurant on the tracks by the train depot in Paris,Tenn. She used to tell me stories about the hobos that had a camp just out of sight in the rear of the restaurant and how she would feed them but not to be confused with charity, she told me they helped with everything she needed help with.Then,just as quick as they came,they were gone,jumping the next locomotive that came through.My Grandparents have passed now,but I always keep those stories alive within me.I myself have never been a hobo,but I admire it deeply,I guess because my Grandfather felt the call.God Bless.

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