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Fires still burning in fort davis, tx. We arrived yesterday afternoon
but shuttled riders immediately to alpine, tx. Spending rest day there.
Just drove back to get mail. We were last ones out before another road
May want to post that fort davis should still be avoided. Lingering
smoke in the air and still a threat of another evacuation. Shifting
winds may bring flames back tomorrow to finish off what wasn't burned
already. Some businesses open again but not sure how long.
On a visit to Flagstaff AZ I needed some quick help with a bike problem. Absolute Bikes on Rt 66 near the heart of town gave good service quickly and at a reasonable price.
Is this the kind of information that is helpful for this effort?
I'm in Amarillo and will help any way I can.
... but I wonder does ACO have a list of members, who might offer you a bed or allow you to set up your tent, in their backyard? ...
Will it block .getting to the Katie trail and use it some Ive got to go south,, at walnut grove.. Thanks Ron
Also, i plan on having my parents mail things to me along the way, including valuables like money or whatever else. How exactly would I go about it. Would I simply have to know where I will be in, say, a week, tell them the city and have them mail it to the post office? How does that work to have them mail things to me along the way?