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... 9 of us - Maxine and her daughter, Manya, Laurys, Cindy, Cathy, Lolly, Amy and myself. Apparently it's a 5.3 loop but it sure felt longer with the variety of terrain. On the last portion of the trail we finally came across a creek with a spring box. There was some splashing going on to cool everyone down. The funniest thing was when Cathy jumped right into the ...
... at around 3:30AM, so we instead decided to see it late in the afternoon till dusk. It was a good decision. We left Rapid City around 4:30PM and got there around 6PM. Sun was still high and harsh, but it didn’t take long before the Badlands were covered with the light of sunset till dusk, revealing the layers of rich red, yellow, ochre across the jagged peaks, the soft mounds, and accessible canyons of ...
... but rather "Dharma Bums" and "Big Sur." If you bypass his drunkenness, he was a guy that may not have had any training in roaming, but it's what made him complete.
At some point in our travel upwards to South Dakota, Nebraska turned into Iowa; only noticeable due to our stop at a gas station where Kendall noticed all the Iowa license plates. As we pulled out she told me we were in some backwater Iowa town, it took a good hour before hitting Nebraska for two ...
... tune" with my co-pilot (the cheater!). Who the hell is Eric Carmen? When in doubt, it's him! 6. Many 80s tunes use excessive vamping. Vamping, I'll have you know, is the repeated use of a phrase through an entire song (e.g., Shout by Tears for Fears). 7. Battle of Little Big Horn was crazy! Custer totally walked into a world of hurt, http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_o f_the_Little_Bighorn. The park gift shop is a must see! Authentic gifts are in the ...
... Kool Deadwood Nites’ festival (cool cars from the 50s and 60s). So we had to console ourselves with a short walk around the town (to Saloon 10) and admiring, rather grudgingly, the vintage cars on show.
Devil’s Tower just over the border in Wyoming, was worth the slight detour. It’s a vertical monolith that stands at just over 1200ft high and we took the chance to stretch our legs by taking the hour long trail around the base of the rock. ...
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