Powder House Lodge
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... works in progress. He sits high above the ...
... that it was impossible for a family to survive on such a small piece of land.
Homesteads west of the 100th meridian were increased in size to 640 acres. Today, hikers
find remnants of these 20th century homesites. Remember that all objects at these sites are
artifacts to be left in place for future study or for other visitors to discover and reflect on
the difficulty in living in this beautifully barren place.
... We did visit Sioux Falls, which lost its impact given we were at Niagra Falls a few days earlier. That night for dinner we went to Outback Steakhouse, which is the American's take in Australian cuisine. Given they served Fosters and some onion thing that looked like it came out of the movie Alien, I don't feel it was a truly authentic experience. We did try to convince the Poms on the trip that it was legitimate, however I don't thing they bought what we said. After a ...
... formations that resemble needles, organ pipes and spires. The road has numerous hairpin turns and narrow tunnels. Victor handled it well, even the 8.5' x 12' tunnel where we had to pull in the mirrors to make it through. We were all so glad not to be pulling the camper. It would have been a white-knuckled harrowing drive if we did but it was safely parked at the campsite. On the other side was the Iron Road Highway which had more hairpin turns, ...
... in the “office” which is actually an empty three car garage. Vic has a folding table with maps and tourist info on it. He doesn’t ask for any of our information or for payment. He says, “You can pay cash or with a check, but I can get that from you tomorrow.” And as a matter of a “by the way” he says, “Rita will probably stop by when she gets back from the store.” OK then…Rita’s the wife and ...