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post #36 of (permalink) Old 12-24-2009, 02:43 PM
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Your right Ken,,,,,,,,,, back to the subject

I've crossed Kansas twice now. This time I took some routes off the beaten trail. Man that state is wide open & lonely.

Rt. 56,,,,,South of Dodge City










It was nice to see an occasional rock when I got to New Mexico. This isRt. 56/212 southwest of Clayton,NM.



Rt. 160 west,,,,,,, Leaving Ship Rock, New Mexico,,,,, nice cool morning.



Rt. 160 heading west toward Tuba City, Arizona,,,, now thats a big state.





Are Dusty Boots and myself the only ones with a camera while touring?

The things I liked,,,,I\'ve tried em twice!
You have to be a little Crazy,,,,,, or else you\'ll go Insane.
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