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... to see the views, we decided to come up the normal way, then saw the signs saying "don't leave path rattle Snakes" ops! We went on through the park as the heat increased, Donnie & Jackie happy with cool aired seat & the top down. After riding thought the park & admiring the terrain we started our long ride home. On joining the interstate we could see the rain ahead, which just didn't seem to move, so we pulled into ...
... think about!
Then it was on the road again and about an hour later I was in Nebraska. I just cut across the top NW corner but what I saw I liked. More trees, more green, steadily getting to lower elevation. I had intended to stay at a recreational area there but didn’t like the look of it. I needed a permit and everything was closed (it’s Sunday - of course!) so I continued on to Martin, South Dakota where I found free overnight camping ...
... org/page.aspx ?pid=4060) The school was started by the Jesuits (St. Ignatius) and is still run by them and the IHS (Immaculate Heart Sisters) of Notre Dame. It is a day school...grades K-12. Amazing place. It sounds like a top notch school.
(Check it out: http://www.redcloudschool.org/page.aspx ?pid=428)
The art show was a wonderful collection of Native American artists - photography, painting, ...
... the ranger, a young woman who was very friendly and helpful. The location of the dam is on the Missouri River...famous as the longest river in the USA and also as the river Lewis and Clark embarked on and travelled on northward from St Louis, MO, in 1804. We walked out a ways onto the bridge to watch the construction going on below. It was very noisy.
Continuing on Rt 18 we came very close to the Nebraska ...
... for a fishing. The lake affords shelter for two Trumpeter Swans, some
ducks and eleven common species counted on the dog walk this morning.
Most campers I talked with work as
contractors managing cattle for larger operators.
One man manages a thousand yearlings on
a property near here while his wife teaches at the elementary school.
All seem decent, well educated in their field, hard working souls who
say they plan to ...