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Chris Erskine: Come kick around cowboy country with me, while we still can

TONOPAH, Nev. - I'm toeing the abyss, and the very edge of civilization, here in Nevada, on an adventure that reminds me why I adore a good road trip - the endless possibilities, the greasy grub that sometimes tastes like pavement, the last slice of steamy-warm Americana.

Get your Americana while you can, folks. Like vintage vinyl, it will soon be available only at select sites.

I love waking up to a sunrise over a new place.

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