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We took our bikes to explore the abandoned mining town of Picher, Oklahoma. Those photos here. We spent the night in Joplin, Mo and also visited the towns on Kansas route 66 and Pawhuska, OK.
Dad and I took a drive to Lindsborg, Coronado Heights, Kanopolis lake, Ellsworth, Great Bend and back home.
We visited Albuquerque, Flagstaff, Phoenix, Tucson and Santa Fe with other stops in between.
Beaver Street Brewery – Flagstaff
Flagstaff Btewing – Flagstaff
OHSO – Phoenix
Pueblo Vida – Tucson
Thunder Canyon Brewstillery – Tucson
Borderlands – Tucson
Crooked Tooth – Tucson
Public – Tucson
Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co. – Glenwood Springs
Field House Brewing – Colorado Springs
Phantom Canyon – Colorado Springs
Trinity Brewing – Colorado Springs
Manitou Brewing Co. – Manitou Springs
South Park Brewing Co. – South Park
Outer Range Brewing – Frisco
Backcountry Brewery – Frisco
Periodic Brewing – Leadville
3rd place – Wichita
Aeroplanes – Wichita
River City Brewery – Wichita
Hopping Gnome – Wichita
Wichita Brewing Company – Wichita
Tallgrass Brewing – Manhattan
Walnut River Brewing Co – El Dorado
Limestone Brewing Co. – Wichita
Dodge City Brewery – Dodge City
Pigeon Hill Brewing Company – Muskegon
Unruly Brewing Co – Muskegon
Broadway Brewery – Columbia
Monks Corner – Albuquerque
Tractor Brewing – Albuquerque
Rio Bravo – Albuquerque
Second Street Brewery – Santa Fe
Boondocks Brewing – West Jefferson
The Big Texan – Amarillo
Moab Brewing – Moab
Leinenkugel’s – Chippewa Falls
Art by Jerry Hubble. Located on highway 99 in Howard Kansas.
and you thought the pictures were bad… check out the video…
On the side of a hill in Arkansas City, KS is what may be the world’s largest bible scripture written in stones. From Arkansas City’s webpage…
Begun in 1897, the text took seven months to build and whitewash so as to be seen from the railroad tracks. It was rebuilt three times over a 30 year period to get it the size and shape it is. Fred Horton was a young dispatcher who came here with his bride when the Santa Fe line into Oklahoma was nine years old. In 1889, he came to be the assistant to the chief dispatcher of the Oklahoma Division.
Each letter is 18 feet high, 12 feet wide, and three feet deep. It is about 475 feet long, and is built of stone from the hillside in which it stands.
I trucked the bike to the city and then rode it to check out the scripture, exploring and eating lunch along the way.
I also took these photos while in the city.
Photos I took on a recent drive to Winfield, KS via Oxford
A little late in posting these. On this trip we went riding in Mississippi and Virginia. These photos are from Virginia and North Carolina on the driving and rain days of our vacation. Ride photos are at LocoJoe.com.