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The Copper Country Cycling Team here in their Copper Truck

2013-10-05 - Monroe Street, Downtown Columbia, KY - Photo by Ed Waggener.
A Copper Country Cycling Teamcopper sag wagon from Michigan Tech passed by the copper toned Adair Regional Jail very early this morning on their way to the Mountain Bike Races at the Lindsey Wilson Cycling Downhill Track on Bomar Heights (behind the former Aaron Medical Center). Alex Schultz and Chris LaBaere, engineering students, weren't lost - they were looking for a good breakfast, and found one and were joined by four other of their teammates, in downtown. Michigan Tech is in Houghton, Michigan, well south of the arctic circle, even south of Canada, and is in the Upper Peninsula. Their country, the U.P., is separated from that other part of the state by a big bridge; hence their affectionate term for the area, the Troll Peninsula. For the Troll under the bridge.

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