Monthly Archives: November 2016

Trip Log – Day 374 – Conway AR to N Little Rock AR

November 27, 2016 – Overcast, 50 degrees Miles Today: 46 Miles to Date: 19,354 States to Date: 47 ‘We the People.’ What does that mean? The first display of the Visitor’s Center at Little Rock Central High School, site of … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Ellie Bontrager, Limon, CO

Ellie Bontrager is a lovely person and great conversationalist. I arrived at her house with a flat tire; one of those pesky Prairie burrs had lodged in my front tire. She sat on the patio where the horizontal sun still … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 373 – Russellville AR to Conway AR

November 26, 2016 – Overcast, 45 degrees Miles Today: 48 Miles to Date: 19,308 States to Date: 47 The straight grey line of US 64 east parallels the railroad track from Little Rock to Fort Smith. The trains roll past, … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Justin Eagleboy, Burlington CO

Justin Eagleboy represents the traditional values of the American West better than anyone I’ve met in a cowboy hat. Justin and his three sisters were home schooled in western Colorado. His mother died when he was eleven. Their mother’s death … Continue reading

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Trip Log – Day 372 – Fort Smith AR to Russellville AR

November 25, 2016 – Overcast, 50 degrees Miles Today: 81 Miles to Date: 19,260 States to Date: 47 Back on the road again, fueled by Thanksgiving leftovers, including my friend Paul’s sweet potatoes with pecan and maple syrup. Vegetable or … Continue reading

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Profile Response: Lynn Schneider, Garden of Eden, Lucas KS

Nothing keeps a man vital more than a consuming obsession except, perhaps, a wife a third his age. S.P. Dinsmoor had both. The Civil War veteran and pioneer to the Kansas plains began building his elaborate home in Lucas, KS … Continue reading

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Responses: How will we live tomorrow?

How will we live tomorrow? “We will either live tomorrow or we will merely exist. It is our choice.” Bobby, Owner of District Cycles, Perkins OK How will we live tomorrow? “It’s always a goal to wake with an open … Continue reading

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