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Out West was a quarterly "on-the-road" newspaper founded in 1987 by roving editor/reporter Chuck Woodbury, who spent much of the following 13 years exploring the two-lane highways of the American West in an RV searching for stories about whatever he found interesting. His quarterly tabloid was featured on ABC World News Tonight, NBC's Today Show, CNN, National Public Radio, Motorhome, and in People, USA Today, the Washington Post, the L.A. Times, etc.

Aboard his 24-foot motorhome - newsroom, Woodbury set off down lonely two-lane roads seeking out great burgers, teepee motels, roadside trading posts, jackalopes, offbeat museums, towns with odd names, and folks with fascinating hobbies.

By the time he had pulled into his final rest stop in 2000 (the paper's, not Woodbury"s), he had logged more than 200,000 miles and written a million words about people, places and things too far off the beaten path for the mainstream media. This online edition of Out West contains some of Woodbury's favorite articles, essays and photographs.

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