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... not open. Call a cardiologist for both of us! Ed calls the company, etc. The maintainence man in him found a fuse with a fault. When he attempted to take it out, it reconnected or some such and went back to green from red. That color change seemed really important. The slide out did slide out when he tried again. BUT, he thinks the fuse is broken inside the panel and may not operate consistently if the board is defective behind the fuses! BAD, since this is the bedroom slide ...
... Everyone also looks like they have sunburned heads. I was going right by Sturgis...so, I thought for Steve I would stop and get him a T-shirt or something. I went to the Motorcycle Museum....not many motorcycles actually...I walked around trying to figure out what to take photos of...I. Finally asked this guy in a T-Shirt shop...he sold me a GREAT shirt for Steve...he is going to love it even though it doesn't ...
... and we were afraid they were going to strike up a conversation, I don't actually know why as we are generally friendly.... The woman was wearing a very small bikini and her bikini struggled to cover her ample, enhanced, chest. So there they were, frolicking and fondling each other with fruity, beach drinks in pool appropriate, plastic glasses, and Rob and I were cowering back on the grass, by the fence, shrouded in our beach ...
... with Crazy Horse in the background, and the sunshine and a light breeze - it was magical. I took a few pictures, then put the camera away so I could just enjoy the performance.
The older family members danced complicated steps together, while the granddaughter, who was quite young, skipped around in the background. When she was done, she asked, "Didn't I dance good, Grandpa?" It was so cute. Even though she was just learning, the family allowed ...
... a long string of mixed Canadian and granger rail trains. Really nice.
We got to Oacoma, SD right about time to call it a day, so looked for a nice camp spot along the Missouri River, which runs right through the area. Found a lovely spot right on the western shore of the river, and spent the evening watching boats travel up and down the river and the sun set against the east bank of the river. Very pleasant.