Days Inn West Rapid City
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... picked to be a volunteer at the Saloon No. 10 for the murder of wild Bill Hickok and John played the part of the bartender, too funny! We also went up to the cemetery to see where Wild Bill, Calamity Jane, and Seth Bullock were buried. Seth Bullock's grave was up above the cemetery up a pretty steep hill, but we did it anyway! Another quiet night at camp planning for the next days ...
... have liked what he smelled, and that's why he looked so happy!
*The CSP herds are 99% pure bison. The 1% cattle gene shows up in the horns. Buffalo horns go straight up and cattle horns go off to the side or down. Cattle horns are a disadvantage when fighting (the males fight each other over access to female bison) so they auction off the buffalo with the cattle horns because they will be killed if they stay at CSP ...
... campgrounds free WIFI to look up a motel. As we pull out and sit in the campground driveway, a lady walks up to our window and asks if she can help. We explain we want to pitch a tent for the night and she politely says “oh of course you can, come right on in!”.
So we look at each other with happiness and turn the car around, pay $18 for the night, and pull into our spot for the night. This campground was nowhere near equipped as KOA, however ...
... ahead. The bus was about 5 miles from Hart Ranch on Hwy 79 when we hit the worst storm yet. The weather went from pouring rain to a deluge of hail. Visibility was an issue so the bus driver pulled over onto the shoulder of the road. The rain was pounding the roof so hard you could hardly hear anything else. When the rain ceased we saw the most beautiful rainbow. I tried in vain to ...
... soil, yet maintains a foreign feel that isn't subject to time.
My first thoughts as we departed our home was how many times in my life I've heard Custer mispronounced as Custard. And for that matter, Chester-drawers is just as rampant, instead of the actual chest-of-drawers. But I digress.
Far from the highway heading towards Custer the land was fogged, visible only in delineation as the blue-gray sky muted the greens. Occasionally ...