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... a home for a friend. He was headed home. We told him to take his time as he was not going to like the temperatures when he got home. It is still so pleasant, weather wise, wherever we have been so far.
Will end this segment for now as the next one will include the Devil's Tower, Mount Rushmore and the Badlands National Park. Stay tuned folks; you'll hear from me sooner than you think.
Enjoy the pictures and videos.
... which apparently, was a long distance away, because I was watching the eruption when he was making his way down the nearby parking lot. The timing for me was great, I didn't have to wait very long, but for Steve, not so good. He only saw the tail end of the big event.
As I waited for Steve to arrive, I kept my eye on the gravely tan mound in front of me. There were many people already seated on the benches, waiting. The steam was constantly rising and there was ...
... temperature drops dramatically.
The walk begins with two eateries- “Up in Smoke” which is a barbecue joint and “Art Works Too” which markets itself as a “Cowgirl Coffee Bar” with ice cream and coffees which you can enjoy inside or at café tables outside along the sidewalk. When possible I prefer the latter which is more relaxing and allows me to people watch and study the activity in town. The people at the next table asked if ...
... Pudding. We got dressed in casual clothes and sat down to eat about 2:00 pm. It was delicious and Cody raved about it. He also asked for her Yorkshire Pudding recipe. At first she thought he was kidding.
“Oh, no,” I said. “Cody is the most amazing cook- we have eaten like royalty on this trip.”
“Really? I know you said Cody did a lot of the cooking, but I thought you boys would be stopping at McDonalds ...
... ate in the dining room and Mom had engaged a lady to cook and serve. It was a nice meal and, during the course of it, the judge showed a deep interest in Cody and asked him a number of questions- some about his life, and some about our trip, especially the incident in Hardin where he had saved my life.
After dinner, over dessert and coffee, my mother asked, “Now?” and my father replied, “Now.” They both looked at the ...