Wakpamni B&B

HC 64 Box 43, Batesland, South Dakota, 57716, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on HC 64 Box 43, Batesland.
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    Heading to Wyoming-Bye Hart Ranch!

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 11, 2014

    We left Hart Ranch about 8:30 am after we filled up with fuel - $150 @ $3.99/gal. It's very convenient that HR has a fuel pump in their park with competitive prices. So we headed south down Hwy 79 and turned right onto Hwy 18 which will eventually meet up with Hwy 25 South. Hwy 18 has turned out to be a nicely paved highway winding its way across the plains. Except after we passed through the lovely town of Lusk, the road was a little ...

    Rapid City Day 50

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 10, 2014

    The day started with a planned Pickleball game at 8:00 am with our friends Vivian and Jerry Sullivan. The good players have been thinning out as people continue their travels and leave Hart Ranch. But we have enjoyed the PB here and the new friendships that we have made. I'm listing some of the names in case I have a senior moment: Vivian & Jerry, John & Maryanna, Jan & Bob, Helen & Roy, ...

    Big Bat's and Red Cloud Indian School

    A travel blog entry by mrighter on Jun 25, 2014

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    ... Paul inquired about t-shirts with the Big Bat's logo like the employees were wearing. The manager is ordering some, he was told. Our breakfast was ready and we sat down to enjoy it and the hustle bustle of the store. There was constant comings and goings. Men on their way to work. Women with children, probably taking them to the sitter before going to work. Young adults just hanging out. A woman came in with ...

    Our Time in the Pine Ridge Reservation

    A travel blog entry by mrighter on Jun 24, 2014

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    ... We crossed the Great Sioux River from Iowa into South Dakota. Small towns drifted in and out of our windows: Davis, Turkey Ridge, Menno, Olivet, Tripp. Once past Tripp, we turned south to continue on Rte. 18. We passed through the Yankton Indian Reservation. In the southwest corner, we came to Pickstown and just past there the Fort Randall Dam and Recreation Area. The dam has a visitor's center where we stopped to ...

    I know what Nine Miles of Bad Road looks like!

    A travel blog entry by billandteena on May 28, 2012

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    ... 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 ...