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Charles Kuralt's America

Charles Kuralt's America - Charles Kuralt He spent his life travelling for television, but his most poignant anecdote is his most telling. He is introduced to a young woman lying naked on her bed but demurs. Later that night, the woman rescues him as the motel starts burning down. Towards the end of his travels, he quotes a journalism friend: "Regret is the women you could have known."