Travel Blogs from Chadron
Here I am on Friday night in Chadron, NE. The western end of Nebraska and south of the black hills. Finally the landscape is not as flat and boring. Main Street and Downtown Chadron look like this: I checked out the public library here: and got some supplies at the local Wal-Mart: I stayed at the Westerner Motel at 300 Oak and West Highway 20. 25 …
One thing I discovered on my journey is that I really, really like caves. So I enjoyed my visit to this park even though the caves were small and rather plain with no stalactites or spectacular formations. They were created by dissolving limestone and their one unique feature is called boxwork which are honeycomb-like structures on the walls and ceilings consisting ...
... 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 ...
... As you can see spring is just
arriving in north-west Nebraska. Gone are the sandhills and the
buttes are starting to display themselves. You can see we are
surround by the Ponderosa Pines climbing up the hillsides while the
ever present Cottonwoods tower over the stream-beds.
After setting here and relaying all
this to you, I think that we might extend for another day or two.
That might allow spring to reach the higher elevations before we ...