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... never quite caught up with it. But we kept on chasing it west. An interesting thing about the county roads in Wisconsin. They are not numerical. They are alpha, like Route U and Route XX. I think I noted this two years ago when we passed this way. And I found it rather amusing.
We reached St. Paul in the late morning hours with the intent of seeing the State Capitol. (There is a theme to our motives. Having worked at the State Capitol of Maine, we ...
... We ate indoors.
On our way to Stop 3 we passed thru the tiny town of Circle. It was about the only sign of life in the thousands of acres of farmland (growing wheat) that we came to.
The views across the massive rural landscape left us in awe even though we have seen this sort of limitless view across the plains before. It does make the sky look larger and you seem to be able to see the curve of the earth on the horizon.
This entry is only to keep my map current. We came across the eastern part of North Dakota, past Fargo and into Minnesota where we stayed at a great city park for the night. All grass and, with ************e there, peaceful.
I went for a run in the morning and then we headed across Minnesota towards Duluth...past ALL those lakes in Minnesota! So many of them.
... crisps and dips – these people know how to live!!!
Bit of a detour today to visit Little Big Horn, Custer’s Last Stand on the Crow Indian Reservation. The Rangers lecture told us all about the build up to the fateful events of June 25th and 26th, 1876. We walked in the blistering heat to the top of the hill to see the actual site where the ...
... first days of biking were 90+ degree days in blazing sun. Good sauna kind of heat cleansed the pores and the cold showers waiting for us at the camp site felt like rewards for a day well baked…I mean, biked. Nights in the tent were generally cool and provided the climate for a good night’s sleep. Our days started at 5am with the Conductor’s whistle and cheery “good morning – time to get up”. If there was little ...