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... Paul before packing the car, putting the bicycles on top and refueling for the drive east to Kansas. We drove pretty much due east on a straight, flat two lane road. We saw two herds of pronghorns, and lots of some type of lark. We were definitely in the flat country. One and half miles into Kansas, we made a left turn and traveled 12 miles on a gravel road to Mt. Sunshine, the highest point in Kansas. It is a very slight rise in a vast grassland plain. It has a sunflower ...
... that John M. Browning was the Thomas Edison of gun design. I tried to take some pictures, but the glare on the exhibit cases made it difficult for the limitations of my little camera. I do have some information to pass along to everyone. First of all, the museum contains original models of firearms, designed by John M. Browning. These include rifles, shotguns, pistols, machine guns, and cannons. Most familiar firearms, both sporting and military, are included in these ...
... we drove by these salt mountains I saw they were covered with sea gulls. Now I wonder how kosher seagull droppings are. We parked on Antelope Island and spent a few days. It was the time of the annual bison round up. There are around 700 bison on the island, a remnant of the once so plentiful animals in the west. We rode our bicycles over to the corrals and watched the herd milling around, some will be auctioned off to keep the numbers down and ...
... there on their balcony which also has fantastic views over the city and beyond.
Then it was to a local body election campaign meeting, at an outdoor park, and as we walked in the mayoral candidate stopped in the middle of his speech to welcome Jim and Martha and their friends from NZ. We stayed a short time, finding it ironic that Local Body Elections in NZ were yesterday, then it was home for another delicious dinner and an early night as tomorrow ...
... br> The last main part was all about stuff, taking care of the stuff we have and getting the stuff we need. The timing of the trip is especially good for me because one benefit when retiring from the military is the government will store your stuff for up to a year. So I just had to have the movers pack up most of my stuff and then leave a few things with my mom that I needed afterward. Not nearly so easy for Holly. She had her stuff picked up by movers over ...