January 20, 2011
Barich didn’t take a poodle along for the ride, but he brought his camera. From top, shots of the rifle rack at C&D Pawn in Parkersburg, West Virginia; Chester Stogner cleans a mess of white bass at Carlyle Lake in Ohio; the General Store in Bedrock, Colo., offers anything anyone could want.
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