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Dirty Kanza 200 is a solo, self-supported, non-stop, 200-mile-long bicycling endurance challenge on the gravel and dirt roads of the Flint Hills region in east-central Kansas.  Laura stepped up to the challenge this year and completed the course (206 miles this year) in 17 hours.  With 1000 riders lining up at the start she finished 288th […]

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On our trip to the Boston Marthon Laura was able to share the story of her 4-day bikepacking experience through the firetowers of Montana at three different bike shops along the way.      

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On Friday my brother mentioned to me that the Black Eyed Snakes were playing a show in Duluth that night and he suggested, half jokingly, that I should come up to see it. So, thinking it was to last minute to just drive to Duluth I mentioned it to Greg and Laura anway and well […]

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dharma bum -

Badass. What a crazy little trip to D-town. Wiped me out for the rest of the weekend, but I wouldn’t have changed a thing. Thanks for driving and for the great photos and tunes!

Laura -

Did Ness win?

dharma bum -

Ness did indeed prevail in the primary and advances to the general election. 😀

samh -

The presence of the Haraldson’s and half the Seitz’ was a pleasure. Will audio from the event be made available in it’s entirety any time in the near future?

Gettysburg.

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Greg -

Nice. What a beautiful place for such an awful event.

Ann/Mike -

The cannon looks peaceful in this setting, but what history it speaks.

brent -

Is that little round top? I went to Gettysburg last year, and it was just hard to believe how much carnage happened in such a beautiful area. Check out the Gettysburg movie if you haven’t already.

-trompete from the morc forums

scott -

brent,

That last photo is indeed little round top. Pretty cool area, and just listening to the audio tour as we drove around was well worth buying the cd. My wife is quite the history buff but I must admit all that I had learned in school was pretty fuzzy so it was fun to hear how it all took place again.

Amazing how close everything was together (compared I supposed to todays fighting).

Gettysburg the name of the movie?