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... quite late toward the Black Hills area of South Dakota. It rained as we were leaving but it didn't last long thank heavens. We saw antelope along the way and listen to tunes on our new speakers...much better in deed.
It was a pretty desolate drive. Not many people live in this part of the world. Along the way we stopped to see a historic site along the Oregon Trail. This is the best location along the trail where ...
... I spotted a big billboard advertising a chinese buffet. Reluctantly she accompanied me and we noshed on some not too bad chinese food. Afterward, we wandered down the street to buy an ice cream from a manatee, chatting to some of the locals and patting their dogs.
The storm clouds eventually let rip and a mighty bout of thundery lightning chased us back to the motel for the night.
... out of it stood up with a smile on their face. When we bought our ticket, the young woman tentatively asked if we were over 55. With this on our side, we were able to get free access to the hot tubs, sauna, and steam room. We took advantage of this and enjoyed the relaxation it gave us. Paul tried the Tarzan rings, too.
We left Hot Springs - by now around 4:00 PM - and headed north to Wind Cave National Park where we hoped to ...
... I was hoping they had some secret passage out of there though at the end, but nope… had to climb all those stairs/ladders/whatever-they-are to get out. Once again, I was hugging the banister and pretty much laying on the steps hoping I didn’t fall or anybody above me didn’t fall. We survived and I’m glad now I did it.
After that, we drove the Needles Highway up to Sylvan Lake. The first part of ...
... These did not exist and we drove to a small town called Rochford which was comprised of a saloon and a small general store in a very picturesque setting amidst the Black Hills forest. A kind gentleman gave us good directions to aNational Forest campground on Deerfield Lake, about 12 miles down a gravel road. There we lucked into a beautiful campsite on the shore of this lake and enjoyed the rest of the beautiful afternoon. Given ...