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... want you to pay the Park entry fee (self-serve) before going to a campground, where I assume you then pay the campground host (as we had in Illinois). We, of course, didn’t want to pay the Park fee unless we knew we really wanted to stay there!!! We ended up staying at a KOA cabin just north of Pueblo as it was still hot and windy. We were at ...
... the bike was cleaned, so I took the opportunity to wash of at least some of the road grime. At least now I can see out of the windshield. It's raining tonight, but at least the bike looks a lot better.
Tomorrow we stay on US-50E all day as we head east to Dodge City, Kansas where US-50 is called Wyatt Earp Blvd. It should be fun!
218.0 miles today
17,709.7 miles total
5.001 gallons today
417.816 gallons total
... Excuse the inside joke between myself and the other modelers. I am amazed at how dehydrated I became fighting the winds. I drank 72 oz of water riding and nearly that while pecking this. I will close for now. Went to a City Market to get a Vitamin Water for the cramps I am having. This old guy ( probably close to my age ) at the bike rack started talking to me about a half hour later we had determined what is wrong with the world. It was pretty funny both of us were ...
... have a vein of gold that is as pure as this one. Molly Kathleen happened on this gold by accident when her son was working in a gold mine. She was the first woman to stake a claim. She was first denied but in looking at her picture, there is no doubt that she meant business and it is no surprise that she won out in the end and got her claim.
We went into Cripple Creek for lunch after the mine tour. We ...
... by the pictures.
I do not know when I will get any good wifi so don't worry and wonder because you do not hear from us. I will play catch up when the wifi becomes available.
Jim and Kathy
PS I am sending this today March 23rd so you know I am really behind. As they say better later than never.