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... City, was the next stop to purchase more water, and makings for pancakes.
Suddenly the scenery changed to evergreen trees and mountains as we made our way on Highway 79 toward Custer State Park.
Our campsite is Blue Bell 9E which is the best site in this area! Super friendly fellow campers and camp hosts here.
Since we had a big lunch, we ate chicken salad sandwiches, green salad, and fresh Iowa corn on the cob for dinner.
... Pa and Mary lived. Even though I had never read any of the books (well..I tried to) I felt like I really knew the story and about the people involved. Lebon, our tour guide, was great. She did a really great job at making you interested and she turned everything into a joke which kept making us laugh. After that experience I really want to take another stab at the books! ...
... 4 walleye a day; 6 northern pike; 5 bass. Local hotels and motels offer fish cleaning and storage facilities; my Days Inn has that, and free minnows too.
I’ve got a South Dakota Tribal Lands booklet too; nine tribes, collectively known as Sioux, are in the state. The Crow Creek Reservation is just east of Pierre (Janelle told me that’s her tribe); the Lower Brule Reservation is just across the Missouri from that ...
... celebrated their 72nd anniversary. We still are not sure exactly what they do, but judging by what we saw, it looked like there was a lot of drinking and partying. The streets were filled with bikes and colorful . . . characters. The lodging was so full that tents packed lawns of residents. We stayed for only a few hours because it started to rain one of the very rare downpours of our summer, however, it was plenty of time for the kids ...
It was a chilly morning -- only 68 degrees, brrrrrr. But it made it up to the high 80's (perfect!) later in the day. We drove through the Ft. Pierre National Grasslands (flat; you can see for miles) and the Badlands National Park. The Badlands are like a smaller version of the Grand ...