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The ticks were up with the sun this morning. I left camp at 6:15AM after just cramming everything in a temporary spot in my panniers. I pushed my bike up the tick infested hill and discovered a flat tire. I was able to inflate it, and I rode to the truck stop a mile up to debug and sort my gear. My flat was due to a defective tube. A man pulled up and told me "you look like you're ...
Ok the 8th State: Colorado
The "Driving Machine" AKA Rob, decided to break his fast and get nourishment (it was Denny's and lived up to everyone's very low expectations).
After getting seated we were surprised by the full bar in the middle of the dining area. They don't serve marijuana. A question that the waitress seemed to have been asked many times before by travelers stopping by this place after just crossing the state line. We ...
... then it has
declined until today the population is less than 20. It is still an incorporated town and the
National Park Service leases several buildings that form the National Historic
Site. The Park Service is working very
closely with the town to insure the continued protection of the town. From Nicodemus we headed west on US 24 to the
town of Hoxie, where we turned south on Rt. 23 ...
We were up early this morning due to another time zone change. Colorado is in Mountain Standard Time so we're now two hours behind home.
It was cool and clear, somewhere around 58 degrees in the morning. Another great night at one of the newer style hotels, Best Western Plus.
Let me explain: Traditional hotels have either a King or 2 double beds (or Queens). Our family of four is way too big to share just two beds so we prefer to ...
Woke up to blue skies but still freezing temps. There had been more snow through the night but only a light covering on the car. Checked the I-80 status on the lobby PC which said ( thankfully ) that it was open. Hastily gobbled our hot brekky in order to get on the road before they decided to close it again. The I-80 was chock full of semi trailers wanting to get through. The snow ploughs were going up and down and everyone was ...