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Dr. Frazier: Two Dot Adventure Ride Photo Gallery

Check out photos as Dr. Frazier returns to the scene of one of his wildest early rides around Two Dot, Montana.

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A dirt road that was fine when dry but impassable for my 1978 BMW R100 when wet.
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Lonely and empty, the dirt road towards Two Dot did not have so much as a telephone pole to break-up the scenery.
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The name Two Dot came from a ranch owned by George R. Wilson whose cattle brand was two dots side-by-side like what’s pictured on the Two Dot Bar sign.
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Sunday in downtown Two Dot, Montana, where there is no stop light.
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The freshest looking building in Two Dot was the post office, with the former spelling of the town name on the front, “Twodot.”
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“Easy To Find … Hard To Leave,” the Two Dot Bar.
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If you are an ATM adventure rider (ATM to ATM) your adventure ride will end at the State Bank Two Dot.
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My campsite of 25 years earlier on the quiet banks of the Musselshell River was five to ten feet below the surface when I revisited it.
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I followed this antelope nearly two miles down the dirt road, far more than I was able to follow the cowboy biker years before.
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Looking across Lebo Lake south of Coffin Butte I could see the Crazy Mountains in the background.
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How the Crazy Mountains got their name.