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I heard about ssoih back in 2016.

Added: May 26, 2022
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Sent money for the Membershipcard,emails, no news. Is the site still alive ?

Added: February 11, 2022
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Added: September 7, 2021
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R.I.P. Stobe the Hobo...Man I have RODE about 600, 000 Miles of TRACK from 1979-2016, and about MORE or LESS in HITCHHIKING...Most of Canada, 50 U.S. States, Mexico...Northern. You SHOULD have STAYED in the U.S.C.G., at LEAST there YOU had a NORMAL LIFE!!! Dying on a FREIGHT TRAIN, and/or HITCHHIKING-HOMELESS...is PRETTY WELL, AN INSULT, and THEN SOME...unless YOU have 2 to 3, 000 dollars in your POCKET, and YOU DIE in a MOTEL ROOM...that is a little BETTER. TRAMPING, can get out of YOUR BLOOD; you just have to have someone to HELP YOU, or you HAVE TO DO IT YOURSELF!!!

Brian Murza, Killick Vison, CANADA.


Added: July 4, 2021
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Discovered Stobe the hobo on YouTube then I found this site I have always wanted to hop train

Added: April 9, 2019
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Rest in peace. I hope you passed doing what you loved.

-Random YouTube fan.


Added: April 2, 2018
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Stobe, I would have paid for you to show me the ropes. My heart aches that I found your channel shortly after you passed brother. You where and are an inspiration to all of us who know that making thousands of dollars a month with plenty of disposable income does NOT equal happiness. Miss you brother Rest In Peace.

Added: March 31, 2018
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I just descoverd Stobes Utube channel. I'm going to watch them all. My dad who is no longer with us retired from the U.P. years ago and he snuck me on a caboose with him and the conductor when I was like 10yrs old (Im 49 now .) and I rode with him to Hermiston OR and back and it's one of my fondest memories so I fell a small connection to Stobes He will be missed ..... R.I.P. Railmen. ps. sorta a coincidence but my dad also served in the Coastguard . :o

Added: March 20, 2018
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RIP Brother

Added: March 12, 2018
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rest in peace you were a great one. i rode too but not nearly as much.

Added: March 2, 2018
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