Baker's Dozen II

(in recognition of the Tour de France, currently underway
Multiple-Day Bicycle Stage Races (current or historic)

  1. The Tour DuPont
  2. Vuelta a España
  3. Giro d’Italia
  4. Tour de Suisse
  5. Tour de Pologne
  6. Tour de France
  7. Tour of California
  8. Bike Around the Bay
  9. Tour Down Under (Australia)
  10. Race Across America (RAAM)
  11. Tour de Limousin
  12. Tour of Norway

(in recognition of the Tour de France, currently underway
Multiple-Day Bicycle Stage Races (current or historic)

  1. The Tour DuPont
  2. Vuelta a España
  3. Giro d’Italia
  4. Tour de Suisse
  5. Tour de Pologne
  6. Tour de France
  7. Tour of California
  8. Bike Around the Bay
  9. Tour Down Under (Australia)
  10. Race Across America (RAAM)
  11. Tour de Limousin
  12. Tour of Norway
  13. BinckBank Tour (Belgium, Netherlands)

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Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1235 feet (Illinois)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)

*Lowest high point for a US State.

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)
  8. Hawkeye Point, 1,670 feet (apprx 4.5 miles north of Sibley, Iowa)

-“BB”-

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)
  8. Hawkeye Point, 1,670 feet (apprx 4.5 miles north of Sibley, Iowa)
  9. Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft (New York)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)
  8. Hawkeye Point, 1,670 feet (apprx 4.5 miles north of Sibley, Iowa)
  9. Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft (New York)
  10. Driskill Mountain, 535 feet (Louisiana)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)
  8. Hawkeye Point, 1,670 feet (apprx 4.5 miles north of Sibley, Iowa)
  9. Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft (New York)
  10. Driskill Mountain, 535 feet (Louisiana)
  11. Mauna Kea, 13,796 feet (Hawaii)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)
  8. Hawkeye Point, 1,670 feet (apprx 4.5 miles north of Sibley, Iowa)
  9. Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft (New York)
  10. Driskill Mountain, 535 feet (Louisiana)
  11. Mauna Kea, 13,796 feet (Hawaii)
  12. Mount Arvon, 1,979 feet (Michigan)

Highest Point and Elevation in a US State

  1. Mt. Sunflower, 4,039 feet (Kansas)
  2. Charles Mound, 1,235 feet (Illinois)
  3. Britton Hill, 345 feet (Florida)
  4. Mt. McKinley, 20,320 feet (Alaska)
  5. Campbell Hill, 1,550 feet (Ohio)
  6. Eagle Mountain, 2,301 feet (Minnesota)
  7. Guadalupe Peak, 8,749 feet (Texas)
  8. Hawkeye Point, 1,670 feet (apprx 4.5 miles north of Sibley, Iowa)
  9. Mt. Marcy, 5,344 ft (New York)
  10. Driskill Mountain, 535 feet (Louisiana)
  11. Mauna Kea, 13,796 feet (Hawaii)
  12. Mount Arvon, 1,979 feet (Michigan)
  13. Mount Mansfield, 4,393 feet (Vermont)

And I’ve climbed it!

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Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”

Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”
  2. “I hear Barrett’s really interested in this whole cockfighting thing.”

Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”
  2. “I hear Barrett’s really interested in this whole cockfighting thing.”
  3. “I guess Brett won’t be going to Mar-a-Lago this year.”

Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”
  2. “I hear Barrett’s really interested in this whole cockfighting thing.”
  3. “I guess Brett won’t be going to Mar-a-Lago this year.”
  4. “Case 2020-0133 is about a particularly well-hung jury, if you know what I mean.”

Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”
  2. “I hear Barrett’s really interested in this whole cockfighting thing.”
  3. “I guess Brett won’t be going to Mar-a-Lago this year.”
  4. “Case 2020-0133 is about a particularly well-hung jury, if you know what I mean.”
  5. “No, Brett, you can’t call an autopsy ‘Cracking a cold one’.”

Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”
  2. “I hear Barrett’s really interested in this whole cockfighting thing.”
  3. “I guess Brett won’t be going to Mar-a-Lago this year.”
  4. “Case 2020-0133 is about a particularly well-hung jury, if you know what I mean.”
  5. “No, Brett, you can’t call an autopsy ‘Cracking a cold one’.”
  6. “Is Clarence Thomas starting another silent streak?”

Recently overheard at the U.S. Supreme Court

  1. “So is Breyer going to retire, or what? I want his parking spot.”
  2. “I hear Barrett’s really interested in this whole cockfighting thing.”
  3. “I guess Brett won’t be going to Mar-a-Lago this year.”
  4. “Case 2020-0133 is about a particularly well-hung jury, if you know what I mean.”
  5. “No, Brett, you can’t call an autopsy ‘Cracking a cold one’.”
  6. “Is Clarence Thomas starting another silent streak?”
  7. “Watch out - Justice Alito has been quoting The Godfather in his opinions again.”