"ADVENTURE - NOT PREDICAMENT" ~
( James Broughton )
In the final passage of On the Road, Jack Kerouac writes about finding himself standing alone on the hot summer road under a street light in Dilley, Texas. He heard footsteps in the dark and a tall white-haired old man clomped past him with a backpack. He uttered the phrase, " Go moan for man." Its exact meaning was a mystery to Jack, but he thought about it philosophically and used the phrase in the book as if it were a command from another world.
the above quote is the epitaph on James Broughton's tombstone in Port Townsend, WA
this all taken from Bill Morgan's primo road galaxy of Beat travel
Beat Atlas (City Lights), with excellent by-line state by state
character by character, terrific photographs throughout
and dirt under the fingernails when done reading.