Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast

23950 Recluse Rd., Philip, South Dakota, 57567, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 23950 Recluse Rd., Philip.
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    Gillette to Buffalo

    A travel blog entry by pedallingtheusa on Aug 31, 2014

    ... Buffalo. In Wyoming, cyclists are allowed on the interstate but even so it was a lot harder to enjoy the day on such a fast road. We had decided to take the interstate in order to avoid the weather and get across to Buffalo faster. After lunch the wind picked up a lot along with the rain for the last 15 miles. At times it was nearly impossible to see where we were going! Finally we made it to Johns who ...

    3709 photos taken so far! Yikes!

    A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 30, 2014

    Ok, I hope it has not been too many pics posted for those of you watching this blog.
    I have been trying to pick only the best that represent what we are seeing buts it very hard to sort through hundreds of pics and only choose a few. There is just so much to show ...

    Badlands National Park is AWESOME!

    A travel blog entry by thewalshes on Jul 30, 2014

    84 photos

    ... she knew we were on the road. Huh? It's a good thing we have GoodSam Roadside assistance. At least they can use their leverage to get someone to help us if we are really stuck, or at least I hope that it works that way :(
    We have had much better support from the truckers and travel center folks than the RV folks. They are going to have to work a little harder if they want this industry to survive....

    Badlands NP

    A travel blog entry by gregd999 on Jul 06, 2014

    13 photos

    ... a lot of moonscape about, there is also lots of flat plains covered in very sweet smelling yellow flowers that we found out were called Sweet Yellow Clover. They were actually imported for rancher's cattle, and is now an out of control pest, but it looks lovely.

    A lateish tea on our return, and we watched the sunset play with the rocks as we ate - very spectacular. About 10pm when it was quite dark, we went star gazing courtesy of the park rangers and their super big ...

    Night 4: Badlands, Stormy Nights

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jun 26, 2014

    6 photos

    ... is cut into by melting spires of rocky gray. These are the Badlands, named by the mountain men and fur traders who first found this foreboding place. If the West could be filled and used , these ashtray looking spires would be an obstacle to that, at least in this one place. I know from my journeys that these places exist from Canada (Dinosaur Provincial Park) on down to Oklahoma in a diagonal line at about this angle: \. The ashtrays are full of fossils and were the beds if ...