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Leave out of Fargo with no issues. About a couple of hours into the flight I notice someone getting a lot of attention. Yup... Medical emergency. We are landing in Rapid City. So I'm calculating if we still can make our connection in Denver when the flight attendant comes on and says we also have a mechanical emergency and we will be going into crash position. Not the most calming ...
... could just make out the notice of a rally that was coming up. I believe it had to do with the water concerns if the Keystone XL Pipeline comes through. We finished up our breakfast, amid strong cigarette smoke from all sides. The people behind us, young adults, had some t-shirts for sale. (Was that a coincidence or a quick-thinking contact?) Paul looked them over and bought one. It was a wise choice. Now I had to ...
... references to “The Unpleasantness
of the past", you might realize that some hurts will never truly heal.
Tomorrow, with the temperature again in the nineties,
we will make a ten mile ride along the Smiley Canyon Scenic Drive.
This area is a summer pasture for the Elk and Buffalo herds,
along with Big Horn Sheep and Antelope, that the park keeps for our enjoyment.
Even if they are kept they are still something to see ...
... All I know is
that we are getting up earlier than we have in a long time! Of coarse
without TV to go by, going to bed is not a problem. And watching the
sun go down after nine o'clock is just something we will have to
learn to live with. I know, you'll say that the sun doesn't go down
until that time during the summer anyway, but it is only the end of
May! By mid-June sundown won't happen here until after ten!
The birds here are ...
... car, and after a sad farewell to Bob, who safely took us 7500 miles, we loaded our increasing pile of gear into Henrietta, our new car. A little Hyundai Elantra (with a severe lack of leg space in the driver’s seat) whose boot space only just accomodates our camping gear and packs! What Henrietta lacks in space, she makes up for in visibility and manouverability, a much easier car to drive!
We headed from the car rental place straight to ...
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15951 U.S. 385, Chadron | Campgroundfrom $11