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... in the area but I think there trying to stretch that tourist dollar a bit too far).
The next day we spent exploring the Badlands National Park. En-route we stopped in at Walls Drug Store (well it was a pharmacy when it first opened in 1931 but is now a whole series of shops and restaurants) where we sampled their 5 cents coffee (yes, they haven’t changed their price on coffee since the place opened) and Buffalo meat burger. I thought the Needles Highway ...
First stop to visit-Bear Country USA. This was a beautiful drive through the park that contains a diverse stock of wild animals- elk, reindeer, wolves, buffalo, many others, and also the largest privately-owned collection of American Black Bear. As we entered the park we ...
... Missouri we lost phone service and wouldn’t regain it until entering Washington roughly 10 days later. The great northwest must be on Virgin Mobile’s “to-do” (or “never-will”) list. Our only tether to the real world for that stretch was the i-Pad and its mostly-reliable Verizon data link. So, if anybody has texted or called and left a message, there’s a good excuse for us not getting back to you!
... she would eat some too.
When we got back, we got ready to go see Brule. They are a Native American band and while they play, the Native American dancers come out and do the different dances. There were some really dark clouds and severe thunderstorms were forecast, which is bad because it’s an outside venue. We decided to head on over and hope it cleared off. On the way, we start seeing all this white stuff on the ground, which ...
Day 20: 3058 miles
Friday, June 20
I left Vaclav's house in Billings early, and headed east on 90. First stop was the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument, where I was just in time for a wonderful presentation on the history leading up to the big battle commonly known as "Custer's Last Stand." I learned that
Lt. Col. George A. Custer and 262 soldiers, scouts, and civilians attached to ...