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Not a cloud in the sky day! Toured Omaha, NE in the morning...what a great city. College World Series is in town. Walked the Bob Kerry Pedestrian Bridge over the Missouri River spanning the Nebraska/Iowa state line. We arrived at Badlands National Park after an easy six hour drive. Greeted by six bighorn sheep just inside the park entrance! The first time any of us had seen them in the wild.
... too?' Clouds are jagged, appearing like floating mountaintops. The land rolls and waves, you can see for miles without manmade interruption. Another facet of these clouds is how the sunlight filters down to the pastures. As we drove on some would disappear and reemerge in different spots, as though a supernatural harp were being plucked.
CAUTION: PRAIRIE DOGS HAVE PLAGUE. That was the sign right before the park ranger admission station. There was a part of me ...
... cosmetics. Western art work hangs on any open wall space—it is for sale. Lining the walls are laminated newspaper clippings from the early 30s to today. Wall Drug must have a historian on the payroll. We step across the way into the back porch and see all kinds of fun things for kids to hang on or play on. We enter the retail area and see a life-size T-Rex, plus more old-time shops, a panning and mining experience, and another wall of ...
Morning odometer reads 116,160
We drove 395 miles today to Interior, South Dakota.
We decided to stay at the Badlands/White River KOA for at least
two nights because it looks like it will snow in Deadwood, which is to be
our next stop, on Sunday. We may be here til Monday, or even Tuesday.
Our plan is to hit the Badlands ...
We are headed East and still trying to see as much as we can. First destination was Deadwood, SD. It is a glorified western town where Wild Bill Hickok was killed. Dave and Cheryl stopped there on their way home from WY and suggested we stop. We really enjoyed it! It's one of those places you can spend a little time and feel like you've seen enough or you could spend several days and not run out of things to do. We took a bus tour through the town and it took us to ...