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... we had to stop at those too. The first hike was just a scenic overview of the town, but the second was called the Wind Canyon Trail, and it was great. Just a little too near the cliffs in some spots which made me a little nervous with my fear of heights. There was just that one spot, where you had to hike down a steep slope to the cliff edge and then make a left to follow along the edge. If you slip coming down the slope, ...
... Bike trail. He has a lot of riding in front of him!
At about 48 miles we took a Coke break. Caffeine is great for bringing some energy for the last part of a ride, especially combined with snacks to keep us fueled. We stopped in the lee of a hillock that had been leveled to make way for the road, and got out of the wind some. We were very tired. It was nice not to have the wind howling in our ears. Conversation had been limited due ...
... of beautiful but with the external factors at play I was in a bad mood. So we set off on the 100 mile drive to the south unit with hopes set sufficiently low. About 5 miles in we witnessed another single vehicle crash, this time a semi- trailer, was it revenge for the previously witnessed incidents? Regardless things were getting weird. The south unit was as expected ie. the same as the north unit except 100 miles south with land that looked bad. ...
... and fields of prairie dogs. In these fields you can see mounds of sand/dirt and they are the holes dug by the prairie dogs. They run around these fields jumping hole to hole. We actually had to stop for about 10 minutes due to road construction and just sat and watched them. They are quite entertaining. Thank goodness Sandy didn't see them.....he'd want to play.
Next we saw a group of horse back riders who passed us along the road. ...
... well into the afternoon!
But all good things come to an end and my time with the congregation at Dickinson was over as I moved on in my journey. But today I received a message from Ashley about the hall where he and Amelia have been seen frequently of late.
This is at Kempston in England. Ashley's e.mail challenged to notice differences, I have mentioned the lack of windows (as in America), but there's also no portico as we're used to at ...