Edgar Olin House Bed and Breakfast
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For no particular reason other than we didn't feel like driving through Oklahoma and Texas on I-40, today's route took us north to Pueblo, Colorado. I guess all that TV watching we did as kids finally paid off, because we did NOT miss the left turn at Albuquerque. Thank you Bugs Bunny! First, we hopped over to Placitas to visit our best man Tom at his beautiful southwest home. (We will be married 29 years this summer.) Like quite a few people, it turns out, Tom didn't ...
... River flows through Pueblo before going on its way. There is a section at one end of the river walk which has the names and dates of service of veterans, mainly from the Pueblo area. Although my brother Paul never lived in Pueblo, his widow, daughter, son-in-law, and grandchildren do. A picture of his plaque is included.
We finished the day by having dinner at Barb's while we watched our family member -- Joe Kelly, Jr.-- pitch for the Boston ...
... 3.59/gal and the bill was $148.00. It will feel really good to get home and drive around in the Leaf again!
We arrived at my niece Cathy and her husband Jim's house around 3:00PM and were able to plug in at their home and an unbelievably level driveway. Had a wonderful dinner with Cathy, Jim, my sister-in-law Barbara, Jim and Cathy's youngest son Jackson and friend Jordan.
Off to bed -- I'll worry about the blog tomorrow. Well, here it is "tomorrow" and all is well.
... in that moment. I said goodbye to Chris and Kirsty in Cotopaxi. That town and the surrounding area is super beautiful. The road runs alongside the Arkansas River, and winds between two mountains. I was really able to enjoy the view, because the road was mostly trending downhill. I passed through Canon City, which was my first experience of the trip with general unfriendliness towards bicycles. It had a beautiful town park with water ...
... br> They call Route 50 the loneliest highway in the US very few towns and not much traffic. So when Kansas got so boring my speed went up! Looking down at my speedo I was doing 91mph so I did the right thing I speeded up another 9 or so miles ;-) Figured if the cops were going to get me they'd done it before now.
I have gone up in altitude about 1300 ft and I'm getting into Big Sky country where you see a vivid blue sky forever. Can't wait for tomorrow!