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... all the family and friends who have been so hospitable on our various stops. Many of you showed the two of us so much of why you love living where you do. Hopefully in the future we can return the many favors and God bless each and every one of you!
Adios and thanks for all the comments so many of you have posted along the way in response to the blog and/or the pictures. It's been a lot of fun and I recommend it to one and all if traveling. Enjoy the pictures.
... comes along. Here are some examples:
One day in Wyoming, I was riding the prairie hills in 100 degree heat and feeling a little shaky and. nauseous. With 12 miles to go to the next town, I had to stop to lie down for a bit in the roadside grass. I was awoken from my nap when a car pulled up. A Spanish gentleman simply walked over and handed me a half-gallon jug of water. He just waved, got back in his car, and left.
In a restaurant in Eagle ...
... brother lived first in MN. We ate on the beach and the kids splashed around a bit. Now we are on our way to Fargo, North Dakota. Ya know. We just stopped for a bathroom run next to a neat picture spot with a big buffalo, a teepee and a little log cabinny thing. Ended up being the site of one of the continental divides where, basically, the water on the continent flows one way to one body of water and the other way to another body of ...
... to build a ship and sail it to Norway. It took him about 9 years from choosing the trees, planing them into boards, etc until the ship was ready to go. A crew of 12 took the ship overland to Duluth, then through Lake Superior and other waterways to New York and finally across to Norway. At least two of his sons and one daughter were crew members. They had a tough time in Lake Superior when a big storm hit. ...
... the right beverages! Bottles of gin, southern comfort, wine and beer later we settled into the Fargo campsite to finalise the details of the next two weeks.
We headed across North Dakota, via first stop Cross Ranch State Park, a real back to nature site. The 'boys’ barbequed – Keith is an expert – and fun was had by all. The highlight of the evening was ...