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Sheila and I left South Fork today at 7:00AM heading back to Iowa. Attached you will see a picture of Pike's Peak. Also in the picture is a speed limit sign from I-25. While I do not drive the maximum speed limit when pulling the coach, today was a bit unique. With the speed limit of 75 mph, we averaged about 20 mph. Our lesson learned ...
... banks during the 1930's.
Farther down the road another wooden sculpture depicts a cowboy with saddle in hand looking in the distance perhaps with longing to push further into the frontier.
Then came the first of several interesting water towers. These tall structures stand out on the skyline of the prairie states and the one in Adair, Iowa makes you smile with ...
... from divine intervention to “I CONTROL MY OWN DESTINY!” but I have found it to be true too many times to ignore.
And here it’s happened again.
While getting ready to leave Laramie this morning, I spoke with one of the employees there about the chill in the air. He said that it was nothing like last week: a major storm came through and dropped a lot of snow ...
... line across the fields. That they were fast I already knew from an article in that hunting magazine I had devoured in the waiting room of the service station in Tennessee. They are actually faster than cheetahs but lose the fastest animal title due to some taxonomic technicality that disqualifies them. And by the way, they are the ultimate challenge for hunters! Bet you didn’t know that!
As we drove across this landscape of undulating plains we ...
... farming country. The town and surrounds have about 2000 people. We found everyone to be super friendly and staying with our great friend Julie was wonderful. We even made the front page of the local newspaper as the "Travelling Australians". We shovelled the walk, went sledding, toured the local dam (iced over in winter) and participated ...