Circle View Guest Ranch
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... Badlands; to the other, lush green prairies. The mountains are rainbowed, ranging from tan to pink, to browns and finally to a very white chalk-like coloring. There was a meadowlark resting on a fencepost, gracious enough to serenade us as we took a few pictures. Onward it was quite serene watching the buffalo graze. Then we looked left to see all the magnificent folds in the protruding terrain which produced the Badlands.
Darkness again began to form above ...
... We’ve decided that Wall Drug is the “South of the Border” of South Dakota. Those of you who travel I-95 know what I’m talking about. I just love the billboards as we travel: On a service station board outside a small SD town: “24 hour TOE service”. Hmmm…does that mean a pedicure? As we reach Chamberlain, SD we come down a hill to a lovely view of the Missouri River. We’re coming into a much ...
... A quick trip to the grocery store ended our "big city" day and we headed back to the campsite for baby back ribs over the camp fire! We had such a cute camp site neighbor - they had a Shasta camper that had white wall tires and was painted half pale yellow and half turquoise - it was precious! Another fantastic night in the camper, a nice hot shower in the morning and now we are on our way to Yosemite and the Tetons!! ...
Greetings All! Thanks for all your fun comments and support. Seems like ages since the last post but it's only been a week! We are currently in route from Badlands National Park to Dayton, Wyoming. But...let me back up and catch you up on the last eventful week. If you like to read I hope I offer something of interest to you here...but if you just like to look at pictures you may stop reading now and scroll down to the MANY pictures I've uploaded with this post. So when I last ...
... with tiny yellow flowers. I was so fascinated by the texture of the rocks. They look like dried mud - it looks like one good rainstorm would wash the whole thing away. And yet it remains!
I had read about the unique log-ladder of the Notch Trail. As described it's quite steep, but not too difficult to climb. There was another couple ahead of us, and the lady was afraid of heights. She made it to the top and refused to go any further ...