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... I was quite literally about to enter them. Bighorn National Forest offers some absolutely unreal scenery. Treelined mountains, deep valleys, and miles of viewing in every direction. What I didn't expect, though, was having to drive along the edges of these mountains. Many of you who know me are aware that I do not do heights. I repeat, I do not do heights. So this was quite nerve-wracking for me, and I didn't exceed 25mph for quite a while. ...
... 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 ...
Today we're excited to welcome our friends from the Shoreline Yacht Club to Hart Ranch - Howard & Pat Lund and Vince & Pam Markese. The rain has been on and off all day but we did manage to get our laundry done. So the two motor homes arrived around 3:00 pm just before the next down pour. Plans were made to meet at the venue for the Country & Western ...
... 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 ...
... and went for a hike into the hills above. Saw a white tailed eagle.
Back on the road again and I spotted some funny looking creatures so pulled over for a shifty with the binoculars only to see a whole civilisation of prairie dogs. Funny as we were standing at the side of the road watching thru binoculars and snapping away, the number of cars that pulled up asking what we had spotted. Excitedly we told them only for them to look unimpressed ...