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Wally World for the evening... 8:00pm (CT): Wichita, Kansas. We've arrived in a Walmart parking lot in east Wichita for the night (3 hours, 210 miles; 3803 total miles driven). We're parked in the outer parking lot beside five tractor trailers staying the night. After arriving, we pulled our leftovers out of the fridge and ...
Our lodging tonight is in Dodge City, Kansas. It is where Wyatt Erp tamed a portion of the Wild West. The time period is preserved in the Boot Hill area, with wooden sidewalks and western building structures. TV's "Gunsmoke" series was based on a Dodge City, and there is even a Gunsmoke Road in downtown. Something I find humorous is that the Kansas Teachers' Hall of Fame is in the same building as the Gunslingers Wax Museum!
... day. It's a 10 mile drive in a lonely (paved) road to a very desolate spot. It's not busy at all, only one other person (a photographer) is visiting this morning. I pull out my trusty pass and erase the $6 entry which puts us at $101 total park fees covered by our $80 pass - so it was a good move after all.
Fort Union is nothing but adobe ruins which are striking on this stark landscape, but it may just be the biggest most useless fort in US Army history. ...
... round that Chichester Triathlon Circuit whilst we slept. We really wished we could have been part of the finish line welcoming party – heroes, both of them.
Dodge City was once the crossroads where cattle herders cooled off with gallons of whisky, talented young ladies and shoot outs in the streets. Now it seems the most exciting stuff happens at Pizza Hut on a Saturday Evening.
Miles Cycled: 7 even though it was a day ...
... whole way. In all honestly, I think Tony does like me... but he has a few good reasons not to.
We did a bike handling/safety clinic (the "bicycle rodeo") in the parking lot called where I learned that I'm incapable of both quick turns and quick stops. I hope that I never end up in a situation where I need to turn or stop quickly because odds are I won't do it right. I understand the concepts and the physics makes sense, but actually ...