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... were heading west (in search of gold) until they were ordered, by the government to quit it. The Indians didn’t take this **** so the army was called to “enforce” the order. Basically, they had their land taken from them by white people and given other land as a consolation price. Then that land was then taken once something of worth was discovered on it. This is a common theme in the history I’ve read thus far.
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... Saturday morning to Glazier National Park and they will then be heading west to go on a cruise to Alaska.
Lee had made the final plans for our last two campgrounds before heading into Canada. You will have to watch for the next time we log in.
May God bless you and keep you safe. Keep us in your prayers as we travel to see the country as God intended it to be. The beauty of this world is just a taste of what Heaven will be like.
... 3 times for gas today! Hard to get anywhere making so many stops. At least the price of gas is much lower than last year.
We do think it is a good year for beef cattle as we are seeing lots of calves. We have been through the top of the badlands and the black hills. We are seeing from flat vistas to tall rolling hills. Spring is different states of arrival. Lush greens give was to barren hills with only scrub bushes. We ...
... a lovely spot, however it was going to be 16 miles out of our way. A quick check of the map, however, showed there to be a short cut back to our Hwy 2 route, so the drive to Steamboat Rock would only be a net 15 minutes off our planned route. So, thats where we are for our first night… Steamboat Rock State Park. the fee is a bit steep for a State Park… $35, but it does have electricity, and our electric heater will be useful with expected near zero ...
... a nicer day. I passed through a lot of range land, mostly hills and humps, much like you see around Ashcroft and Cache Creek, but miles and hours of it, with hay fields here and there. I passed several herds of pronghorns and saw a lot of cattle and horses and very few buildings, clearly in ranching country … and dotted throughout were poplar trees, golden and shining in the sunlight.