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On the way back home, we wanted to make some extra money. So we stopped in Pine Ridge to work for our old family friends, the Hay's, after we filled up gas for $20.58. While we were there, we mowed their lawns for them and did other yard work along with walking there two dogs. We got to stay there for free and ate the food that they made for us.We stayed there for 2 days and on the 27th of September, we will continue to head home.
... local city park. Very nice! … until I was woken up at 4:00 a.m by what at first sounded like tires on gravel. I thought, okay, this is why you have a van and can get to the steering wheel in 10 seconds! Then I heard what could have been someone peeing against the tires and figured … yep!! … that’s an excellent scare tactic. I waited a bit longer and heard more splashing against the van, so I got behind the steering wheel, ready to fire ...
... imaginable that could possibly entice you to play, are in stark contrast to the men and women who sit like diligent students before them oblivious to the world, and highly expectant that their lives could change - with a lucky coin. On to the next stop...we pass through Buffalo Gap National Grasslands. Just beyond the reservation land, we stop at the ruins of a long lost military outpost - I'll have to search the ...
... 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 ...