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Burdick, Kansas on the Santa Fe Trail

Discussion in 'Ride Reports' started by Daniel Kalal, Nov 2, 2008.

  1. Daniel Kalal

    Daniel Kalal Cruisin' Guzzisti

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    Burdick, Kansas is on the route of the old Santa Fe Trail. There is but one paved road into town, and this is it:
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    Looking north on Main Street.
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    Commercial Buildings
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    The elementary school (no longer in use)
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    The high school (no longer in use)
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    Houses of Burdick
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    Dogs of Burdick
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    Grain storage
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    Trains haven't come for many years
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    "In memory of our boys, World War, 1917 - 1918"
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    The Burdick cemetery
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    The Cottonwood River crossing of the Santa Fe Trail
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    miles and miles and miles
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    maintain about 45 miles per hour and you'll be fine.
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    Don't argue right-of-way. Pull over.
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