Best Western Ramkota Hotel
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I thought after I had successfully visited Yellowstone and made it through the high elevations (over 8,500 feet) that the tough part was over. I was wrong; very wrong. I had no idea the challenge that the Big Horn Mountains would present. When I looked at the map, there were three routes through the Big Horns, and the most southern route looked …
... and scenery I have seen. Mountains that look like needles sticking up. Watch for the switchbacks up and down especially if you are on a motorcycle.
Since we had lost a day due to travel we then decided to venture off to the Badlands.... many many miles the opposite direction of where we already were. The two lane road to the Badlands is long and straight and boring... It could have been because ...
... language - this ended in the 1970's. Poverty in most reservations even now is bad and diabetes and alcoholism is rampant - sounds familiar doesn't it.
This area has been preserved much as it was with headstones amongst the grass. There is a longstanding army memorial and in 2003 the Indian memorial was built. Most Americans now ...
The day started with a planned Pickleball game at 8:00 am with our friends Vivian and Jerry Sullivan. The good players have been thinning out as people continue their travels and leave Hart Ranch. But we have enjoyed the PB here and the new friendships that we have made. I'm listing some of the names in case I have a senior moment: Vivian & Jerry, John & Maryanna, Jan & Bob, Helen & Roy, ...
... normally get just plain old vanilla, but I did since it was Thomas Jefferson’s recipe. I think it had specks of vanilla bean in it and the flavor was dyno-mite! That’s just a little stupid Mt. Rushmore humor. I’m a little tired. We went and sat in the car for about an hour waiting for the night lighting ceremony and nobody was supposed to talk and leave each other alone.
The night lighting ...