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Wednesday, 13 June, took us some 69 miles from Downs to Clyde. The south winds were rather what we expected (details), and the day's fairly long ride went by quickly. Right off we got to visit the big ball of twine in Cawker City! Chances to stop in Beloit for limeade and Concordia for a mango smoothie and Cuban sandwich also helped.

Each thumbnail below links to a much larger image of about 4.5 MB in size.

Cawker City's giant ball of twine!



Thrift + Patience = Success!

The ball of twine and I.




Romeo and Juliet, Native American style.

Lake Waconda.

The Lake Waconda SAG stop at Glen Elder State Park.






Farm home restoration in Beloit.






Old farm equipment.



Absolutely authentic!



Living in the wild, wild west!



Major league grain handling in Concordia.



Jitters coffee shop in Concordia. Had a mango smoothie and Cuban sandwich.


Relief mural in Concordia.

Last SAG before Clyde.


Miles of coal cars made a lovely windbreak for us!

Elm Creek settlement historical marker.


Camping in Clyde.





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