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April 28, 1993

BREAD FIND

About four miles out of Boise City, Oklahome, I took a short break at the roadside rest near the intersection of US 64 and US 287. Actually, I had stopped in the rest area to investigate this mound of something on top of a picnic table that I had seen from the roadway. When I got closer to the table, I saw that the mound was actually made out of bread and pastries.

There must have been at least fourty loaves of bread and I can't remember how many packages of pastries. It looked like the bread was okay to eat. There were no signs of holes in the plastic bags or evidence of mold. The bread and pastries must have been placed on the table earlier in the day because the birds handn't even got into it yet.

The only thing that I noticed was that the bread was outdated by a few days. This made me think that a company truck had dumped the day-old stuff there instead of taking it back to the distribution site. I just say this as being a great find and I packed up the bike with a loaf of whole wheat bread and as many pastries that I could squirrel away in my panniers.




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