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The ticks were up with the sun this morning. I left camp at 6:15AM after just cramming everything in a temporary spot in my panniers. I pushed my bike up the tick infested hill and discovered a flat tire. I was able to inflate it, and I rode to the truck stop a mile up to debug and sort my gear. My flat was due to a defective tube. A man pulled up and told me "you look like you're ...
... a new rule in doing a head count before leaving anywhere now!
Ben: getting to ride shot-gun in the front in the air conditioning after nearly 12 hours of sweating it out in the back with not air and humidity outside nearing 80%. And the shower at the RV park later.
Rob: the lady whose skirt blew up while he was pumping gas at the last gas station! Simple pleasures of life.
Liam updated his favorite thing: while at the ...
... then it has
declined until today the population is less than 20. It is still an incorporated town and the
National Park Service leases several buildings that form the National Historic
Site. The Park Service is working very
closely with the town to insure the continued protection of the town. From Nicodemus we headed west on US 24 to the
town of Hoxie, where we turned south on Rt. 23 ...
... checked into the Broadmoor. Our room was in the penthouse (5th floor) of Broadmoor West. It was the largest room we've had so far with a nice view of the lake that is central to the resort property.
It didn't take long for the kids to hit the pool and the famed water slides. Canyon and I took a paddle boat on the lake (pictures below) and Canyon provided some interesting video of each water slide (also below).
Dinner was in one ...
... but we were moving! Those who moved too fast ended up stuck on the side of the road. We didn't want to join them so took it very cautiously. We reached Laramie after a slow 2 hours of driving only to find they had closed the I-80 again.
Decided then to head south to the I-70 rather than waiting for the I-80 to reopen. this brought is down into Colorado where we skirted Denver ending up at Burlington for the night. What a day. ...