Badlands Ranch and Resort
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... Maybe it's cute joke.' When the ranger opened the sliding door we asked, "So, do the prairie dogs have the plague?" She nodded, "Yes. They have [don't remember the name], which is a strain of the bubonic plague." It's not just the terrain, everything has a bad reputation here.
Unrepentant in its nature are the Badlands, everything is hard and unwilling to issue the slightest crop to bud. Again, that stark beauty this world has to offer was before us as we strode ...
... newspaper articles. The last few photos and articles show servicemen and women from South Dakota, serving in Iraq or Afghanistan, holding Wall Drug signs with mileage posted on them. One photo on another wall shows a person in Antarctica holding a Wall Drug sign. The Western Gallery Art Restaurant seats 520 people, who can order buffalo burgers, homemade donuts, rolls, hot beef sandwiches, and 5¢ coffee. Even on a day like today, before the ...
... in the morning and tour around all
FYI: We rarely lose our cell phone service with Verizon, but we had to drive
about four (4) miles down the road to get enough to send a text. So keep that in
mind and email us, if necessary, until we get back on Verizon, because we do have
free WIFI here at the campground.
... where Wild Bill was buried. Our bus driver was a good storyteller so we got a lot of local lore. Our tour bus company was owned by Kevin Cosner as was much of the town I think. Dave & Cheryl ate in his restaurant, Jake's, but we weren't there at the right time. It didn't open for lunch. From Deadwood we drove on to Mount Rushmore. How impressive! I've seen plenty of pictures of it but in real life, it overwhelms you. A great sense of patriotism comes over you. We ...
While traveling east, each time we crossed into a new time zone, we "lost" an hour, but now we're heading in the opposite direction, we occasionally get those hours back. Today was such a day, which was great because it meant we had plenty of time left to visit a preserved homesteader's farm, the national park ...