A journey through local music scenes in the American heartland as heard from a bicycle.
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Santa Fe, New Mexico

Thu, Oct 28, 2010
Santa Fe, New Mexico
60 degrees, sunny.


Hold on, hold on- we're workin' on it! See, that's Flamingo Pink! in that photo below. We'll write about the performance soon. Right now we're going swimming in the neighbor's pool.

Flamingo Pink!


Pop Culture Reference for Google: Lady Gaga

Taos, NM

Thu, Oct 28, 2010
Taos, New Mexico
50 degrees, sunny.


You're all addicted to the internet and all that other crazy digital noise.  Go outside and ride your bikes.



Springer, NM

Wed, Oct 27, 2010
Springer, New Mexico
60 degrees, windy.


We apologize for the every-other-day approach to the blog recently, but the West has been winning.

It's Dry Bones again, and I'm blogging because the cyclists are out on another long, narrow stretch of road - this time between Clayton and Springer, New Mexico.



Boise City, OK

Sun, Oct 24, 2010
Boise City, Oklahoma
75 degrees, a headwind.



Panned in the Panhandle

Dodging the cops

Got a speeding ticket dropped

I give that cop mad props


Oxymoron, Kansas

Thu, Oct 21, 2010
Liberal, Kansas
70 degrees, rainy.


That's a joke because the town is called Liberal.

No Abortion


Pop Culture Reference for Google: Jonas Brothers

Distance Biked: 60 miles

Distance Biked to Date: 1802 miles

Get the Hell Out of Dodge!

Wed, Oct 20, 2010
Dodge City, Kansas
80 degrees, Sunny.


Dodge City holds a romanticized, hallowed place in American mythology. The former booze and gamblin' capital of the Old West was once stomping grounds for the likes of Wyatt Earp, Doc Holliday, and numerous other "lawmen". Even Dennis Hopper was born there. 

Jesse James

Pratt, "There's a college there" KS

Tue, Oct 19, 2010
Pratt, Kansas
Sunny, 85 degrees.


"Pratt"ically through Kansas... (lol)
Dan Stretchin' after a long ride

Week 5 Webisode: Witchitalkin 'bout?

Mon, Oct 18, 2010
Wichita, Kansas
It rained. It poured. An old man snored. It didn't actually rain that much.