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... I passed that cop doing 85. Well he looked like Jackie Gleason from Smokey and the Bandit. Couldn't even get out of the car. I thought about running away, but he probably had friends. We took the ticket graciously, and toned it down until we hit Chadron, some 2 hours later.
All told we rode 504 miles that day. Not bad for an east coast couple!
... had washed yesterday and laid over a picnic table, is nice and clean now! But, we did get water in the bedroom again, but, this time on Ron's side...not too much, but we have definitely narrowed down the cause....and it's on the repair list! Spoke too soon about the sun coming out! We got on the road by 9:45 and, by then, the clouds had started to form again. We seem to be chasing the storms today. As we went through the next town after Neligh, we saw a house that was all smashed up. ...
... could just make out the notice of a rally that was coming up. I believe it had to do with the water concerns if the Keystone XL Pipeline comes through. We finished up our breakfast, amid strong cigarette smoke from all sides. The people behind us, young adults, had some t-shirts for sale. (Was that a coincidence or a quick-thinking contact?) Paul looked them over and bought one. It was a wise choice. Now I had to ...
... references to “The Unpleasantness
of the past", you might realize that some hurts will never truly heal.
Tomorrow, with the temperature again in the nineties,
we will make a ten mile ride along the Smiley Canyon Scenic Drive.
This area is a summer pasture for the Elk and Buffalo herds,
along with Big Horn Sheep and Antelope, that the park keeps for our enjoyment.
Even if they are kept they are still something to see ...
... belief! I didn't get out until after nine this morning, yet in two hours through the camping area, I recorded twenty-one species.
Topping the list were Mountain Bluebirds (m/f), a Hairy Woodpecker and the Black
The bike riding here is great! We have
a lot of uphill on paved surface and more than enough trails ride,
not to mention the single track that I rode (and walked) for two
miles to get the photos shared ...