Dodge House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... 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 ...
... my use of smaller roads and my stop in Dodge City, I
made it all the way to north-central Oklahoma and a campground at Great Salt
Plains National Wildlife Refuge. It didn’t seem like it should be that cold in
late October on what was a pleasantly warm day, but the frost on my tent
indicated it got down close to freezing, and that makes for a very cold night
even though my sleeping bag is supposed to be good down to 0*F. Brrrrr!
... west, travel a distance to the road marked to have the historic marker on, left turn and cross the rail lines onto a dirt road. Travel this until it becomes a little obvious we are way past any marker and not a route travelled a lot by tourists. Another wonderful U turn and back to the vicinity of the map mark, to not find any marker. Never mind we will continue on West. A reasonable road through cattle country as well as Sunflower paddocks ready to be ...