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TravelPod Member ReviewsBoot Hill Bed & Breakfast Dodge City
Cool place, right across the street from the cemetery. Great breakfast with a real retired Marshall. (kinda short though) Not much going on since it is a month before the season starts
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We seemed about the only people there, great weather though. interesting museums, the saloons also had a old-time appeal.
The city known for its wild side, with cowboys just off the range, famous sheriffs, like Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson now has tricycle races on main street. Stewart Plumping is this years grand champion. You must ride an adult tricycle out 100 feet round a cone and make it back to the start for your hand off. The race is a 4 man team relay.
Next day it was off to the rodeo. The bulls, bucking horses and calfs out did the cowboys in every event. ...
Slept like a rock last night in the hotel bed and started the day off great when the hotel worker, Karyn, made the whole team blueberry waffles. The 55 miles were pretty easy and had so.e great convos on the bike today. In Dodge we had a bingo slash game friendship visit. That was ...
... from Alaska. It stands out in memory because Wendell managed to "somehow" back into a light standard while we were playing tourist. Envision it: no cars anywhere near us and he backs straight out into the pole. He wasn't happy about it and neither was his bumper. It wasn't the first mishap on his new truck. At a previous stop, he forgot to let the tailgate down before pulling away, ouch! This trip hasn't been without its mishaps either. There's a new crease along the ...
... hills to FLAT in Kansas. They call Kansas the Wheat State and know I know why. The day ended as I said with me being blinded but the temp was back up 32c and a light breeze - almost perfect.
The only worry I had was a sign outside a factory "Tornado Shelters" and you know where I am.
Only two pics today but will be touring Dodge again tomorrow morning so lots more then.