Fort Robinson State Park Lodge
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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 ...
... slow curves and steep hill It was fun to drive the cars up and down the hills. Of course we stopped at Mount Rushmore and took lots of pictures. Crazy Horse was a quick stop on the side of the road to take a couple pictures then to Custer for lunch. Then more curves and up and down. Went on the Needles Highway. Just after the Needles we came across another herd of ...
June 5, 2011 Fort Robinson, Ne
Today I rode my bike along a tough, steep and sandy scenic jeep route through Smiley Canyon. At its worst, it was an altitude induced headache, on the verge of a nose bleed experience! And after that it was rewarding! I've always said that if I could put myself in the right places I would see the wildlife I seeking. Today I saw a kid mountain sheep on his turf. ...
... they might have ever
tasted. Not much here for people just passing through.
The three branches of Soldier Creek can
easily be hopped across up here. Try as you might, you will not find
a hole of water wide enough or deep enough to skinny dip in! The
creek joins the White River below the campgrounds of Fort Robinson.
The White River soon crosses over into the Badlands, flows east until
it is swallowed up by ...
We have arrived! A state park with
electricity, hot showers, a laundry station, all within five miles of
Wal-Mart! Everything for under twenty dollars a day! Some of us are
happy beyond belief! We now enjoy telephone and internet
service but we can pick-up no TV, not even PBS. I guess we will have
to make due with a campfire and the stars overhead for a while.
I don't quite know how to explain how
the effected that changing to mountain time ...