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The Do Boys riding the pseudo-triplet on a beautiful late-summer morning on the Old Kentucky Home Tour. The boys enjoy all the spectacles of the ride's start and the first few SAG stops, and ride 40 miles to the lunch stop in Fairfield, Ky. before calling it a day. September 2002. (Photo by Paula Do)
 
 
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Duc, happy to be here! Here is KY 622 in the northeast corner of Simpson County on the way to Gold City. One hundred and twenty miles down, a mere 20 to go. We were riding the Son of WACKY, a one-day, 140-mile cross-Kentucky ride from Otter Creek Park to Franklin, Ky. The ride follows a modified version of the original WACKY route which we have used to ride across the state for six years until 2001, when the start was moved from the Louisville riverfront to Otter Creek Park in Meade County to avoid problems with traffic in Jefferson and Bullitt counties. June 2002. (Photo by Tim Chilton)
 
 
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Lucas proudly stands next to his ten-foot-tall mug on the billboard on Shelbyville Road. He was tapped to appear on billboards and advertising materials for Oxmoor Center’s Christmas campaign. (Click here for the billboard design.) October 2001. (Design by Abney/Hunninghake)
 
 
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Duc, seven-year-old “Whistling” Lucas and nine-year-old “Cool Customer” Nicholas on our train of a tandem and a trailercycle, on the way to Bardstown on the 24th Old Kentucky Home Tour. It was the best way to tour the scenic backroads of Kentucky on a late summer day. (Mom was a bit behind, as the boys’ initial enthusiasm powered us to a sizable lead six miles into the ride.) Pope Lick Road in eastern Jefferson County. September 2001. (Photo by John May Studio)
 
 
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Nicholas and Lucas at Natural Bridge. Early on a foggy morning in August, we hiked up to the Natural Bridge and then over to the overlook. The fog has just lifted slightly for this ethereal view of one of the natural wonders of Kentucky. Natural Bridge State Park, Slade, Ky. August 2001. (Photo by Duc M. Do)
 
 
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Duc and eight-year-old Nicholas enjoying the late summer scenery on the 23rd Old Kentucky Home Tour, a superb ride restored to its two-day glory. Plum Creek Road in Spencer County. (Lucas was sidelined by a case of strep throat, so he and Paula participated by driving to Bardstown for the evening festivities there.) September 2000. (Photo by John May Studio)
 
 
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Nicholas playing in a recreational basketball league at Douglass Community Center. January 2000.
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Lucas letting his hair down after a hard day in kindergarten on a warm winter afternoon. January 2000. (Photo by Duc M. Do)
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Lucas and Nicholas riding circles in the driveway on a late September afternoon. September 1999. (Photos by Duc M. Do)
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Don & Mary Margaret Williams and Duc & Paula Do enjoying a fine Saturday morning ride near Sanford Lake west of Sanford, Mich. Midwest Tandem Rally ’99 held in Midland, Mich. September 1999. (Photo by Miles McClelland)
 
 
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Mile 143 (of a 170-mile ride). Duc climbing up to Old Drake on KY 622 near the Warren-Simpson county line on the solitary 1999 WACKY, a one-day cross-state ride from Louisville to Franklin, Ky. The Tennessee state line — and the end of the ride — is only 20-something miles away. For one reason or another, rider after rider bailed out on the chance of going “wacky.” The coup de grāce was the weather forecast: hot and humid (95°F) and a whole day of headwind. So the 1999 WACKY saw one lone rider head south to Franklin. July 1999. (Photo by Michael Lowe)
 
 
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Boisterous Lucas, in a rare reflective pause. October 1998. (Photo by Duc M. Do)
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Nicholas digging in the garden on a late fall afternoon. October 1998. (Photo by Duc M. Do)
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