Pickerel Lake Lodge

Address: Box 95, Roslyn, South Dakota, 57261, United States | Lodge
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Travel Blogs from Roslyn

BlackJack Finale

A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

... if I won the table. No such luck. Tonight's our last formal night so that means "Land and Sea" with a double up on the scampi order. T&J have been somewhat cabin bound since Tom got sick hopefully he’s on the mend quickly so that doesn’t effect the balance of the trip for him.

With only five days left on the Eurodam, it’s overcast but the seas are calm. We’re told that we should expect some hot weather in Germany tomorrow ...

An enteric exit from South Dakota

A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jun 27, 2013

6 photos

... loans were available in the early years west of the 100th. They then bemoaned the *********** South Dakota because of what "some geographer " had decided. Always about the money. I have been enjoying the increased greenery. They have has much rain so the waterfowl are abundant at the myriad of small ponds I ride by. Some friendly South Dakotans invited me into their camp circle last night. One elderly couple were big farmers all of 4 miles from their homestead. ...

Sun, fun and independence

A travel blog entry by fafeita on Jul 01, 2011

60 photos

... fun getting there on Friday though - a normal three and a half hour journey took 8 hours, weaving through crazy rush-hour traffic, dodging intense hail storms by stopping at Tudor's and feasting on Cold Stone ice-cream on the way.

Thanks Tom, to you and the family and the party of dogs that entertained us!



A travel blog entry by seaplaneadvent on Dec 16, 2010

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Britton Airport is 20 miles north, so we head towards Britton. We pull up to the fuel pumps, but there is no way to dispense the fuel. The FBO building is open, but no one is around. There is a note by the phone with the name and phone number of the airport manager. We call him, but he is two hours away. He says he will contact someone to meet us at the airport and sell us some fuel. Our next question is where do we go from here. ...

Just thought of adding some 4th of july stuff

A travel blog entry by peppis on Jul 04, 2010

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I spent the fourth with Ms P. at their lake cabin, we watched a boat-parade and had corn on a cob, watermellon, potatoesalad and steaks, pretty traditional 4th of july food. I also attended a churchservice at the morning of the 4th and got to see gloria and ernie again, we sang america the beautiful, so also pretty tr5aditional 4th of july things. at night I did get to see some fireworks back in claire city and me and melissas mom watched "grease" on tv.