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... on the hood. The wind gust caught one little corner - next a woman in a Ford is yelling "your awning - pull over!" Okay in all seriousness - the day started off really, really well. We stayed at the campsite until 10am enjoying a nice hot breakfast as well as coffee and let the kids run in the playground. Check out at that fabulous site was not until 2pm and we really debated staying later - but the pools didn't open until 10am and then getting the kids out and dry ...
... and a south unit; we stayed in the south unit last year so we camped in the north unit this time. North unit is about 80 miles away from the south unit. The weather was great the hiking was also fun. This will be the last blog entry since we will be heading into Minnesota in a couple of days. This is really the first blog that we have completed and I have appreciated everyone's comments, ...
... badlands and how Roosevelt came to ranch here. The museum had numerous outfits he wore and several of his shotguns and rifles. It also had a saddle of his that Peg said was well oiled and taken care of.
He originally came out in 1883 to buffalo hunt. He was so taken with the openness and honesty of the people and the beauty of the land he invested in a ranch with partners. The following year his mother and wife both died and he came back to the area to mourn. ...
... see groups taking selfies. They handed me a cell phone and I took two photos. We chatted a bit about our travels and the prairie rattlesnake at my campsite (separate post). Started to walk away again and she asked if I wanted my photo taken in the same spot. Not really. But I handed over my camera anyway so she could take a photo.
She exclaimed, "oh I have ...
... pulling into the Flying J truck stop where we ended last year.
The wind was blowing strongly from the southeast. The forecast had been 20 mph, and it was pretty accurate. Our route was almost exclusively east which meant winds off the right quarter and side. We weren’t very excited by this, but we don’t control the weather – God does! So we loaded up and by 10 AM headed out with both excitement and ...