Legion Lake Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... like Mach speed (but was likely closer to an average person's light jog, neither of us are in stellar shape, and we both were in need of an oxygen tank after the scare). Once we cleaned out our underwear from the near near-death experience, we hit the town of Custer and grabbed a growler of local beer and the ingredients to make buffalo meat fajitas, which proved to be the perfect end to the ...
... Brian started the fire. We has chips and salsa too. It was just right after the buffet we ate earlier. This morning I did a couple loads of laundry in the slowest machines ever! Brian fried eggs and Canadian bacon, and toast for breakfast. Little slow start today, but it feels good not rushing out. What I love about campgrounds is that it's totally acceptable to walk around in Pajamas, and say good morning with bed head and no one ...
... and most of them were deployed under the fields of Wyoming and South Dakota, I guess on the understanding that any strikes by the Russians on the sites with megaton warheads wouldn't affect any large cities. (I'm pretty sure that we all would have noticed 450 megatons of nuclear explosions wherever they took place, but I quibble.) Each of the 450 launch sites had a 1.2 megaton warhead which could be 'deployed' in less than 5 minutes and reach its USSR target in ...
... the park's 71,000 acres. They share the area with free roaming pronghorn, elk, mountain goats, mountain lions, bighorn sheep and burros. Slender granite formations dominate the skyline and the most beautiful grassy, mountain meadows adorn the valleys.
We paid the $15 entry fee into ...
... me of graveyard shifts at the Mount oh so many years ago when the sounds would mean our shift was nearing a close and we would be making our final round. The smallest things can trigger memories.
Denis did a good day of driving despite not being well. When we hit the hay last night I told him he was burning up and we should maybe consider heading home not further east-- this morning a similar statement got a slightly different, ...