High Country Guest Ranch
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... at it, thinking of how lucky I was to be able to see that, being on the same level as the clouds that were just storming so violently. I was soon brought back to reality though, and shortly after twilight, I realized that I had to then descend the mountain. So, not only was I once again driving along the edge of the mountains, but my foot was riding the brake because of the steep descent. Not to mention that the road was still wet from the preceding ...
... One motorhome, 2 adults, 12 kids. Yep, 12! Eight boys, four girls. Three Anglo, one Indian, one Asian, and seven Ethiopians. The mom had things super-organized - which she'd need to make it all work!
Friday we went to the Crazy Horse memorial, where another mountain is being carved in honor of this Indian leader. We had a pleasant surprise at the entry gate: the worker noticed my Army license plate, asked to see ID to confirm ...
... Griggs, took the stage. We really enjoyed their true professional entertainment. They also sang their number one hits that put them on the list with other country stars. The theatre capacity was only for 400 people so the whole concert took on a small town feel and the entertainers appeared relaxed as they joked around on stage. All this for $10.00 a ticket - what a ...
... Victorian house right on the main street of Hill City and we waited for our table with a drink on a wraparound porch watching the action in town. We didn't realize until we sat down that they only had two options. Filet mignon with potato and Texas Toast (aka cold white bread toasted). This came with a wedge salad with Ranch dressing. I thought the food was good. Bill didn't need to use his glasses, even though it ...
... we see a huge lone male standing by the side of the road and we get our photo
We head south into Wyoming, mountains disappear, replaced by scrub to the horizon and wild thunder heads.