Pickerel Lake Lodge

Address: Box 95, Roslyn, South Dakota, 57261-0095, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Box 95, Roslyn.
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Travel Blogs from Roslyn

Sorry for the long wait

A travel blog entry by lynnlinton on Jun 21, 2015

2 comments, 8 photos

Hi All

Sorry that it has been a long wait but we have not had internet for a while and when we have we have been busy.

Day 20 Sunday 14 June 2015
After saying goodbye to our new found friends, we left Fort Laramie and then spent a couple of hours doing laundry and shopping.

Arrived in the Black Hills in South Dakota. Linton and I keep bursting into song - anyone of you that are our age can imagine which song. Goes something ...

BlackJack Finale

A travel blog entry by forsterb on May 18, 2014

1 comment, 4 photos

Today is our last Sea Day – this usually means that it takes my time entering and for the most part losing tournaments in the Casino. We missed our lunch reservation in Tamarind, completely forgot about it until we got the voicemail from Jamie wondering where we were. Again, today I made the final table in Black Jack with a prize of $500.00. I knew exactly where these winnings were going – there was a nice watch in the shops that would have only left me ...

An enteric exit from South Dakota

A travel blog entry by jimh22854 on Jun 27, 2013

6 photos

Where we last left off was in north central SD about to cross the Standing Rock Crow reservation. The anticipated west winds did not appear and so it was a cross/ quartering wind that increased the effort a bit. Lots of big wheat, hay and open land. Once to the Missouri River and Mobridge there was much more organized agriculture. I also crossed the 100th meridian east of Mobridge. Often used to mark the east edge of "the West" or the Great American Desert, a sign there indicated that ...

Sun, fun and independence

A travel blog entry by fafeita on Jul 01, 2011

60 photos

Mid-year Christmas! Well, that's what the 4th of July feels like to me. Let's way up the comparisons from my Kiwi experience: sun, some sort of water feature (up here it's all about the lakes), food, alcohol, games, middle of the day naps, sunburn, more food, more activity, then repeat the following day. Yup, have certainly done ...


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. ...