Trunk Butte Ranch House
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... Turns out the flaps were not working and we were going to make a hard landing. Kristie and I clasp hands and I tell her we are going to be ok meanwhile I'm pretty scared. Not gonna lie. So she chants head down, head down repeatedly. The plan landed and it was smoother then a lot of landings I've had! They take the guy off the plane and we proceed to wait. And wait some more... All ...
Beautiful clear blue sky this morning. Well moisture got me again - would not start. Dried it off and away we go. The back road from Hill City to Keystone follows the rail track and crosses them at least a dozen times. We took the Playhouse rd which took us through three tunnels. One we took a lot of pictures with cars in the tunnel and Mount Rushmore in the back ground. ...
... that even I could not fit thru. Original explorers had to blast an entrance. The park also includes a large area of grasslands adjacent to Custer State Park. Many nice scenic views. A couple of large buffalo herds roam the area but I was told that their range is so great that it would be hit or miss to see any. For me, sadly, it was miss. A nice park, but no urge to ...
... wondering where his parents might be I was still able to get this photo. I mounted-up, rode downhill and away! From the next promontory I looked back in time to see a Ram step out on the point of that same bluff. My headache didn't go away after that but I didn't notice it nearly as much! Sorry that these posts are coming so close together but when the internet is hot I must strike!
... set out from Fort Robinson on
a ride to commemorate the death of Crazy Horse. They will ride for
three days back to Pine Ridge, SD, then onto Wounded Knee, homeland to
Crazy Horse and his people.
I understand that the Pine Ridge area is still home to the poorest people in America.
Some might think that this happened so long ago and these people should just get over it.
Still, if you have ever set in a church in the south ...