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Jami Haynes, right, and her sister Jena Haynes, center, and Jami's boyfriend Caleb Grippin, left, pose for a photograph in their garage in Central Bridge on Friday, May 24, 2013. The three are taking those bikes on a 4,200 mile bicycle ride to San Francisco to raise funds and awareness of the Harvest of Hope Foundation.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Jami Haynes, right, and her sister Jena Haynes, center, and Jami's boyfriend Caleb Grippin, left, pose for a photograph in their garage in Central Bridge on Friday, May 24, 2013. The three are taking those bikes on a 4,200 mile bicycle ride to San Francisco to raise funds and awareness of the Harvest of Hope Foundation.
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Jami Haynes hasn’t traveled much, aside from a trip to Kansas when she was 2. For years, the Schoharie County native has dreamed of touring the U.S., but plans never came through and she couldn’t find somebody to go with her. All that has changed now as the 21-year-old early childhood education major prepares to embark on an 11-week journey by bicycle from Schoharie County all the way to San Francisco. Her boyfriend, Caleb Grippin ...

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