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Had a 65 mile ride this morning. Got it done in about 3 1/2 hours then spent the rest of the day playing at the YMCA. I hit more golf balls today then I have in my entire life and I must say I was digging it. Very fun. Got an early wake up tomorrow so we can try to beat the triple digit heat for our 130 mile ...
Today was just one of those days. And tonight was one of those nights. And we finished it on such a beautiful note. So today, I think I'll start with the end. Tonight is something I hope to really remember, really and truly. Carlee and I were talking about this as we sat around a campfire and everyone around us was singing John Denver's 'Country Road': some moments, I just want to freeze them. I'm starting to feel nostalgic for a moment before it even happens, or I ...
... is referred to as the "Steel City". The Historic Arkansas River Project (HARP) is a river walk in the Union Avenue Historic Commercial District, and shows the history of the Pueblo ...
Nice to be out of Kansas, we saw lots of feed lots, farmland, and not to many trees. The day was not as windy as the past two days so it's has been enjoyable. We had a long day as far as driving today, but we also had a time change.
As we are traveling there is not much to write about. Kansas is also boring, (this part anyway) as you ...
"Blue Highways author William Least Heat-Moon writes about US-50, "for the unhurried this little know highway is the best national road across the middle of the United States". The route offers such a compelling cross section of the nation that Time magazine once devoted an entire issue to telling the story of the road it called "the Backbone ...
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