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Well we left Fort Dodge around 8:15 in the morning. It was cold but sunny, around 45 degrees. US-20 is beautiful and the scenery is just terrific. I just never knew how much corn was grown in Nebraska. We rode for about an hour and stopped to warm up. The sun was at our backs, but it was surely getting warmer. The farther we went, the more clothing …
We had a nice quiet night in Neligh, Nebraska. There was supposed to be Wifi, but needed to phone a number and Telus must not have coverage in Nebraska because we could not use our phones. So we watched some tv and headed to bed around 10ish. Awoke to thunder and lightning around 1am and massive amounts of rain. Scurried around closing windows and checking things and the storm moved away and the rain subsided...or so we thought!!!! Around 4am the wind picked up and the rain came in ...
... sculpture, fabrics. We spent at least an hour walking through the gallery admiring the art.
Beyond Pine Ridge, the last town we passed through before leaving the reservation lands was Oglala. Outside of this small town, was the famed casino, a huge complex sitting in the middle of empty land. We stopped and went in. Casinos make me sad. The energy of the bright lights of the slot machines, splashy graphics for ...
Beautiful clear blue sky this morning. Well moisture got me again - would not start. Dried it off and away we go. The back road from Hill City to Keystone follows the rail track and crosses them at least a dozen times. We took the Playhouse rd which took us through three tunnels. One we took a lot of pictures with cars in the tunnel and Mount Rushmore in the back ground. ...
... for Yellowstone or Mount Rushmore, there seemed to be
enough business to support the place in season. Still, I hope you
might take some time to read of some of the events that have taken
Also meet up with some real travelers
here, Larry and Cheryl, on their way from Oregon to Massachusetts.
They really seem to be enjoying themselves and show a real enthusiasm
for what they are doing.