Circle View Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... to the Pacific Ocean. Seems that we have been following their trail without planning to do so, but the highway signs tell us that’s where we are. We’re up for a few discoveries! Let’s see where the road will take us.
These small states are traversed pretty quickly, so on to South Dakota. Looks just like the last couple ...
... pudding is always ice-cream.
After few minutes you will have a
lovely local girl (no roller skates or short skirt) that will come to
you to place your order and you will wait taking the time to count
how many chaps in their cowboy hat, jeans and boots will park in
their old (for the over the 60 y old) or new wagon cars. The food
will be delivered to you some time later and you can choose to eat
there on your spot or go!
... sheep - two rams and a ewe with her lamb, pronghorn and lots of bison. The most beautiful sighting was that of a mother bison shepherding her baby beside her as they moved across the prairie - just the two of them running through the bright green grass - what an awesome sight! We got so caught up in the view before us, we didn't get a picture; it will just have to go in our memory banks....
Day 2; Stop 3: Badlands, South Dakota Coming up to the Badlands entrance, I had no idea what to expect. Looking around me I saw vibrant green grass touching the horizon in every direction, beautiful-yes, but I had seen that for the past 2 days. Following the road over the hill, we looked to the left to see the grass drop off into miles of canyons and valleys. Hues of dark browns, greys and red intertwined into bands ...
... and got out an electric lantern. More weather was coming, though not as intense, so I sat up for a while. The light show was still illuminating the heavens, but I had seen enough. Lacey and I climbed into bed, hoping not to hear the sirens again or hail pounding the roof, and went to sleep.
The rest of the storm must have passed us by, and the morning dawned bright and clear. It had been a night to remember, all right, and another story to ...