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Pondering and wandering the Great Plains


The Great Plains have long fascinated me, though I am not exactly sure why. Somehow that vast, semi-arid stretch of mostly flat land intrigues me in a mystifying way. Places with legendary names like Cheyenne, Dodge City, Pecos,¬†Scottsbluff, Deadwood, Abilene¬†(Kansas … Continue reading

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