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... to do some more David Attenborough-stlye buffalo hunting. We really want a nice photo, and we have the inside word on a dirt track within the park that is a good chance to spot some. Hope the RV survives the dirt road. This week we have some long drives to Nebraska (that’s where Penny is from in Big Bang Theory), Kansas (where Dorothy started before the twister), Colorado (there’s a heap of mountains), Utah ...
... We made it to Mount Rushmore just as the sun was coming up. That early in the morning, you don't have to pay for parking or entrance fee. Bonus. We didn't know that. Plenty of parking and NOONE is there. There was about 4 people there for the same reason we were. It really was a moving experience to have the park to yourself to see one of the most amazing landmarks in our country. I can't tell you what a great idea that was. I literally teared up being there. We ...
Today started with the usual swimming and Pickleball. We also had to move our motor home to our last site #109 for the next 21 days. We're happy because we can pick up our satellite again. Sometimes sites with big trees are lovely but interfere with our satellite signal. Later we went grocery shopping and relaxed the rest of the day. Late afternoon there was a huge thunderstorm with lightning and heavy rain. The grand finale was a beautiful rainbow in all its ...
... one car to pass. Another unique feature of the up and down adventure is a couple of 360 degree spiral turns. A rail road trestle type wooden roadway is used to drop the road about 30 vertical feet - ending in the same direction that you start. Like I said the terrain dictated an up and down drive mostly under 25 mph.
The wildlife loop is around a wooded forest and large grass lands. The 18 ...
After leaving the Badlands, we stopped to see an old, retired minuteman II missile silo National Historic site. The silo still had an (unarmed) missile in it and a park ranger was there to explain the site and answer questions. The silo had a glass cover so we could see down into it. The minuteman II had a 1.2 megaton hydrogen warhead. The missile would reach supersonic speed as soon as it left the bunker and could ...