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Day 7 was a novelty for BAK: a ride that ended further west than it started! We left Oskaloosa bound for Hiawatha, with a BAK-sponsored lunch stop in Horton. Hiawatha hosted an evening of festivities and our final nightly meeting on the town square. The infamous Davis memorial in the Mount Hope cemetery and the Brown County Agriculture Museum were don't-miss attractions near the school.

My complete GPS-mapped ride report can be reviewed at Garmin Connect or Ride With GPS.

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Early morning mist rising from a pond at Oskie.






Where the buffalo roam.






Kansas is flat and has no hills.






BAK sponsored lunch in Horton.



Classy transportation in HIawatha.



The infamous Davis Memorial at the Mount Hope cemetery in Hiawatha.











My trusty steed, taking me sightseeing.

The Ag museum, with windmills and bison burgers.















Scenes from the Hiawatha town square.




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