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Roadtrip, JOHN LOUDER
Tuesday, December 16, 2008
traveling on 12/16 and we discovered this recreated sod house at the bottom of windlass hill, a steep incline that required good brakes on the wagons as the travelers dropped down onto the flats of the north platte river.
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