Buffalo Rock Lodge
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... that it was impossible for a family to survive on such a small piece of land.
Homesteads west of the 100th meridian were increased in size to 640 acres. Today, hikers
find remnants of these 20th century homesites. Remember that all objects at these sites are
artifacts to be left in place for future study or for other visitors to discover and reflect on
the difficulty in living in this beautifully barren place.
... We did visit Sioux Falls, which lost its impact given we were at Niagra Falls a few days earlier. That night for dinner we went to Outback Steakhouse, which is the American's take in Australian cuisine. Given they served Fosters and some onion thing that looked like it came out of the movie Alien, I don't feel it was a truly authentic experience. We did try to convince the Poms on the trip that it was legitimate, however I don't thing they bought what we said. After a ...
... as the sun was getting pretty low, a beautiful rainbow appeared. Ahhh. Calm after the storm. I ate dinner. Packed up for the night and climbed into the truck, frankly, a little pooped from a tad too much adventure.
My eyes popped open and I struggled to make sense of my surroundings. Yup. Deja vu. Only, unfortunately, I wasn't just imagining I had been here before.This time, it was the plink, plink, plink of something more solid than rain on the truck cap. ...
... campground was actually located in the Black Hills. It sounds silly, but I can totally see where the Park gets it name from. The hilly terrain is completely covered in huge, dark pine trees, definitely giving the illusion that you're driving through Black Hills. I arrived at the camp and set up my tent - and just in time too. Maybe twenty minutes after I crawled into my tent, an enormous thunderstorm struck. Total and ...
... us a little of Garden of the Gods--only with tan/brown rocks instead of the red rocks of Garden of the Gods.
The day was still windy and chilly, but we had packed a picnic and we were both determined to have our picnic. George pulled a picnic table into the sun and we enjoyed a beautiful picnic beside ...