When you drive from west to east through the United States and you pass through Denver into the Great Plains it is one of the biggest landscape changes you can experience in the US. From the rockies’ summits with great snow and ice down to the Great Plains with flat land and warmer weather. We had clear skies as we made a stop at the I-70 Diner for charging. We saw the first sign of Key West on a post outside of the rest area. At one of the next chargers we saw by coincidence a guy with an ID.4 that had Alaskan license plates. He told us that he was going to head back to his home in Homer, AK (which is also our starting point) in the summer. He was very interested in getting all of the information from us about our trip down. This area is a very big agricultural area and at one of the few towns you see the sale of large tractors right next to the highway. Buffalo Bill had his most successful time and his roots started in Oakley, KS where you can see a big monument. He claims to have killed 4,280 buffalo in 17 months alone. Also on the side of the road are the cattle farm with thousands of cattle. Even with the drone you couldn’t see the edges of the farm.