Central Plaza Hotel
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... color was still very distinctively gold…a deep rich gold, and side by side with fields of mellow green corn and fields of dark green soy beans, the landscape was a beautiful palate and pleasing to the eye.
Along the road we saw a biker with long gray hair flowing in the breeze and his sleeping bag tied securely to the back of his bike, protected by a clear plastic cover, and I mused, it appears that this guy travels cheap. When ...
... the border from Wyoming to Colorado and back again, stopping mid route to feed the bisons. There are 2500 'head' of bison on this working ranch, making it one of the top few bison ranches in the country. For anyone wondering, 'bison' and 'buffalo' are the same, in the way that 'canine' and 'dog' are the same. Bison meat apparently tastes very similar to beef but is much leaner. (Olav loved the bison sausages we brought home.) For my dad - yes, your ...
... huge shout out to him. My pace line was also able to complete the final two miles in a flash hail storm that broke skin on all three of us. After the ride we had an awesome friendship visit with the local arc where we played Frisbee golf, had a waterbaloon fight and I helped dump a bucket of ice on our project manager. Great day and excited for the slightly smaller 65 miles ...
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Meanwhile, whatever the answer, Wyoming has the coal.
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