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Day 2 was a simply glorious day of bicycling from Sublette to Dodge City. The relatively short 52 miles with a tailwind was welcome after my overexertions of the day before. The latest generation of wind farms has sprouted over the plains out there. Dodge was having a downtown festival during our visit, so there were food and entertainment options, not least of which was a rubber ducky race.

My complete GPS-mapped ride report for BAK Day 2 can be read at Garmin Connect.

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




SAG workers are the most beautiful people in the universe!







Wind farm scenic overlook.






Dodge City sponsored SAG stop.




No wind? How is that possible?



Riders entering Dodge over the Arkansas River (such as it is).



The automatic bottle-filling water fountains at Comanche middle school were a big hit.





Trolleys ran to downtown Dodge.



Steam locomotive at Boot Hill.






Boot Hill.



Carnegie Arts Center.



Wyatt Earp.






Rubber ducky races at the downtown festival.


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