RAGBRAI-Primghar-2005: 5 of 5

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Even trains came through; is there an infant aboard? And tandems, side by side tandems, too. Human powered sulky?
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Natural Resources Conservation Services sign N of Primghar. In place for RAGBRAI Grass waterways can slow runoff, hold back chemicals, and provide habitat. The Wittrocks made up several Burma Shave--like signs for highways B40 and 59. Real ones are on the web.
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Jack Black--blurred photo on 1st page--with Bill Thompson. Picture from www-personal .umich.edu/ ~beneke/RAGBRAI05 .htm Blank Blank
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The newly installed webcam followed activities all day. Here is the 6 AM view. 10 AM: A lot of bikers, streets are dry -- a nice day. Around 2 PM: Stands disappearing. RAGBRAI done for Primghar.

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