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... this portion of the trip ended, and was to be followed by a scenic byway through the valleys of Bighorn. I even got a pretty picture of the sunset, attached to this entry (note: I did not expect to be driving past sunset). At one point, I came around a bend and actually had to stop my car. I was looking straight ahead at an adjacent mountain, with lingering clouds from the storm shrouding the summit. This was at eye level. I stayed there for a few ...
... never forget!
After the colors were down, the ranger went through the folks on the stage and had every single person give their name and their branch of service. Nancy and I both found it very interesting that almost the entire audience remained standing throughout this process.
The next day we bummed around Hill City. This included grocery shopping, laundry, etc. We also met our new neighbors, who had come in late in ...
... We were in for a musical treat. Jagertown, a country rock band, was the opening act. They warmed up the audience with their lively music. There was a girl in the band that danced all over the stage while she played her electric violin. There were times I thought her long flying hair might get caught in her bow. Next, the country stars, Ty Herndon, Jamie O'Neal, ...
... seen: deer, elk, moose, cows, steers, goats, buffalo, camels (off the highway in Wyoming?) alpacas, wild turkeys, and as we were leaving the memorial last night a mountain goat that reminded me of the puppet show in the Sound of Music!
We arrived in Hill City SD at around 5pm and went to a place I found on Trip Advisor that had excellent reviews of their reasonably priced steak dinners. The Alpine Inn is ...
... dancer. Who later posed with Sandy
On to Custer State Park, where the ranger assured us of buffalo sitings. We did the loop. No buffalo. As we came around a curve, almost finished ...