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... wondering where his parents might be I was still able to get this photo. I mounted-up, rode downhill and away! From the next promontory I looked back in time to see a Ram step out on the point of that same bluff. My headache didn't go away after that but I didn't notice it nearly as much! Sorry that these posts are coming so close together but when the internet is hot I must strike!
... River where Interstate 90 crosses
it in South Dakota.
Fort Robinson was an important link in the tameing of the west.
Aside from other actions, this is the place where Crazy Horse surrendered with 889 tribe members after the Battle of Little Bighorn.
He surrendered in May and was killed trying to escape in September of 1877.
While we were up in the Wilderness over the weekend,
some one-hundred fifty ...
... All I know is
that we are getting up earlier than we have in a long time! Of coarse
without TV to go by, going to bed is not a problem. And watching the
sun go down after nine o'clock is just something we will have to
learn to live with. I know, you'll say that the sun doesn't go down
until that time during the summer anyway, but it is only the end of
May! By mid-June sundown won't happen here until after ten!
The birds here are ...
... of a nationwide spooktacular festival held in Kentucky each year. Sadly, it doesn’t happen until after we head for home, but they were great to chat to, and very interested in our trip.
By then our guide had arrived, a self proclaimed scaredy-cat whose husband normally ran the tours. He was sick, so she was stuck with us. She took us out to the cemetery and pointed out the graves of the victims, then to the Axe Murder House itself. She took a ...
... a major role in the Sioux Wars from 1876 to 1890. Crazy Horse surrendered here with his band on May 6, 1877. Later that year, he was fatally wounded while resisting imprisonment. A historic plaque marks the site of his death
In 1885, the ...