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Westward Expedition

We have begun our westward journey toward the center of the American continent. Our conveyance is a steam driven horseless carriage, a Gurney, of course. Strange mooring posts for dirigibles. Taming wild beasts in the forests of Pennsylvania. The heavens opened and poured rain upon us. These are still frames from a motion picture we are filming. Today we traverse the small nation of Ohio.
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