The DUNE TRAMP
stories and images of outer Cape Cod
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Ronald v Bosch said:   September 1, 2010 7:08 pm PST
I vibrate with the same frequency as you do. I used to hike the dunes when I was living on Allerton Street, and totally felt that this was my landscape. I actually grew up in the dunes in Holland and so I guess it's in my DNA. To me the Provinceland dunes are a sacred place and when I am there I feel as I feel nowhere else. I visited Tasha this summer and it looked quite different, so overgrown and even more beautiful.

Suzanne said:   October 29, 2009 9:48 am PST
Loved reading about your escapades. Keep it up and the neat photos as well! Hope to see you in the dunes, Suzanne living in the farland of Texas.

Fred Bravo said:   October 11, 2009 1:55 pm PST
Hi Rob, I used to go to the Cape when I was younger , back in the late 70's & 80's. Never really took time out to realize how beautiful the coast & dunes could be. Sometimes you forget the simple things in life. Brought back memories. I enjoyed your stories & pictures , along with some facts about the Cape. It is amazing how people lived in the "shacks" throughout the year. That is some rough camping. Looking forward to seeing your images .

Bonnie said:   April 29, 2008 6:00 am PST
Hi Cousin! "Wow" I love the sound of the sea. I'm going to pass this along to my brothers, Tim and Jim. Your site is very interesting and I want to learn more. Thanks for sharing and thinking of me. Love, Bonnie

Laurie (Sampson Fund) said:   March 26, 2008 6:35 pm PST
I enjoyed talking with you the other night and your website is great! Thankyou for donating to the Sampson Fund and looking forward to the auctionon on Sunday!

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