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- Got here in 3 hours, it is 5pm
- Drove 207 miles and it cost $38.54
- It cost me 5 dollars to get in the Museum and there were no other fees
- Enjoyed looking at all the historical things in the Museum
- The American telephone and telegraph exhibits were interesting
- Slept in my car, and leaving at 12am
State Capital: ...
We headed out early, 6 AM needed to beat the early working crowd on I-15 in Salt Lake City. We got off I-15 onto US-6 in Provo. To our pleasant surprise we found a Kneader's. So we had to have breakfast there. We both are heavier because of this restaurant's baked goods.
Then it was off to the mountains, (with trees on them). US-6 takes us southeast ...
... over which I have ridden. We landed in Sheridan Lake and am able to write this in an A/C building with free lemonade, kitchen and coffee. Very gracious, informative and no attempts so far to initiate spiritual conversations. Our worst accommodations so far have been two KOAs. We decided their letters stand for "Know Other Alternatives". Tomorrow has a forecast for tailwind, a great way to enter ...
... zone change, state line, and our host in Lamar in what seemed to be the blink of an eye today. I don't know if I've ever experienced a more laid back, not seemingly 103miles, 103 miles on the bike. We got in by 4, unloaded the trailer, hit the showers and had dinner and now I'm contemplating sleep but not feeling too exhausted as I have on some of our shorter days. Rocky Ford ...
... but only dust devils whirling in the distance was in our view. Eventually we drove into the dense fog as we came down the mountain and the temperature dropped from the 70's down to 49 degrees. There it stayed for the rest of our trip East until we stopped for the night at Lamar, CO.
The next morning, June 6th, we left Lamar and headed for Dodge City, KS. This was all farming with irrigation prominent. They ran ...