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... s door, it sounds as though I’ve fired a shotgun.
The engine continues to run great, the frame/suspension still provides a comfortable ride, the radio volume can always be turned louder. I’m maintaining an average fuel efficiency over 27 mpg on the highway; with gas prices near the current state, I could see a strong cost reduction over the next round of exploring. So far, so good.
Back to the drive at hand, ...
... road and snapped another picture before heading off.
First tourist stop of the day was Dickeyville Grotto. It was pretty cool. Father Mathias Wernerus built it in 1925. It is a creation in stone mortar and bright colored objects - collected from all over the world. These include colored glass, gems, antique ...
Alright...today's joke comes from special guest contributor Tim:
Why does the Mississippi River flow south from Minnesota?
Because Iowa sucks
Iowa's response is best delivered by my mother's new horse
... to find a place to rinse it off later. Biking I the rain wasn't too bad. I have a good gortex shell, and I wore a cap under the hood to deflect the rain. Drivers were extra cautious around me, too. Still not sightings of other cyclists... Muscatine is where some routes intercept, so maybe tomorrow I'll find one. I got to a camp at Lake Odessa and started drying my tent out. A bunch of rednecks ...
... Germany, and it sounded like he found some in Quincy too. He told me the whole story of how his parents met, where they moved, and a very long winded timeline of who he's met from his family tree. He was wearing the same color of knee-high tube socks as his skin color, and it made me look twice. I got a vibe from him like he was desperately searching not for his family but for himself. He mentioned some recent deaths. ...
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