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Our trip found us traveling 6,395 miles through 17 states, visiting 10 national parks/monuments, 2 Native American Tribal Parks, seeing bison, bears, elk, pronghorn, mule deer, prairie dogs, eagles, both golden and bald, stellar jays and pinion jays. We saw beautiful waterfalls, deep, wide canyons, narrow canyons, geysers, naturally formed arches and ...
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And whither then? I cannot ...
We have almost reached 10,000 miles!
After we left Montana, we explored South Dakota. We did several hikes in Spearfish Canyon, saw Mt Rushmore, drank wine at a winery, saw some wildlife in Custer State Park, and passed through Wind Cave National Park. We camped for a night in Badlands National Park. The "night sky program" in our campground was amazing! We got to look through very ...
... 8.30am tour tomorrow morning of a couple of working Amish farms and we need to have had breakfast, packed the car and checked out by then.
Tomorrow afternoon it's off to Washington DC for Monday and Tuesday night, then Wednesday and Thursday night it's a couple of nights on the road (with a stop at the Richard petty Motorsports shop in Charlotte), followed by Friday Saturday and Sunday in Savannah. Busy week coming ...
... Amish can't drink it or sell it.
In the Amish community if a house or barn burns down, the Amish can rebuild it within days. We saw a house being built while riding around.
We went to quite a few Amish quilt stores to find the perfect quilt we both liked for our bed at home, and finally found it. The quilt is a birthday gift that James, Louise and Paul have contributed to. I have always ...