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Memorial flags were also planted on day two at Telluride's Lone Tree Cemetery and day three at Greenmount Cemetery in Durango.
The weather cooperated as much as possible for early June in the Colorado Rockies with day one starting off slightly chilly in the early morning, however by the time you had conquered the first climb - Red Mountain Pass you were pretty comfortable.
The ride commenced - as now tradition at the Hillside Cemetery in Silverton, CO on Friday June 5th.
A memorial flag was planted in honor of Barry's deceased parents, Irvin & Rhoda Sopinsky.
In two hours we were in Jinja to visit a coffee cooperative that is producing organic Robusta coffee.
This might be the only organic Robusta in the world – so I was eager to meet the farmers.
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