Newton Fork Ranch
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... of emigrants in wagon trains passed as they headed westward in the 1840's. Such history! We finally made it to Cheyenne shortly after 2:00 pm and found our way to the Terry Bison Ranch RV Campground which is just off Hwy 25 and a few miles from the Colorado State line. We used our Passport America discount and the price was $23.08/night with tax. This is our second visit here and we highly recommend it. It's an active ranch ...
... about every 45 miles or so. I was especially impressed that most of these are staffed and have maps, brochures, etc. like you usually see only when you cross into a state.
The annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis (about 60 miles from here) will be taking place soon, and Nancy had some trouble finding a campground for us to stay in. One of the ones that was filled suggested this place, as it's new and ...
... and it leaves you
wondering whether such a project will ever get started again given the economic
We left Rushmore and headed to The Needles Highway, what a
ride and what amazing terrain with needle like spires of granite. When the plan
for Rushmore was hatched it was originally going to be using these needle
granite features to create a whole person, ...
... way. I started to use a good old map and we got to Thunderhead Falls Gold Mine. It was a self guided tour. I would not give it a high rating. The road to the mine was Beautiful . When we stopped for gas Thom saw that I had some lug nuts that were loose on my back wheel. Of course I checked them all. We stopped at Trout Haven for lunch but they were not open so we went up the road to a place called "Boon Docks". ...
... Saskatchewan and parts of Alberta with an added feeling that there was nobody around. Hundreds of thousands of acres, some obviously cultivated and others not, very few buildings in view. We crossed two Indian Reservations, one of them the Crow which covers 1,400,000 acres and includes the land of the Battle of the Bighorn (Custer's last stand) and the other the Cheyenne covering 400,000 acres. We drove over two hours through land where often you could ...