Archive Monthly Archives: September 2016

Big Horn National Forest

I know when I’m tapping on the rooftop of my skill level.  Tonight is a good example. This morning we decided to make the hike  (drive) from Devil’s Tower to Big Horn National Forest.  For those of you familiar with Wyoming, this is not an impressive distance. It’s the best we can do in the […]

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Devil’s Tower

I’m not a movie person.  We don’t even have a TV in the Chief.  We haven’t seen an episode of a show in months (and if I was going to watch something, it would be season 6 of Game of Thrones) let alone a whole movie.  I was a “pass” on Devil’s Tower.  We just […]

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Bear Country USA

The area around Rushmore is charming in that “this has been a destination for decades” kind of way.   I get into old school entertainment – old mining towns that keep up the character, mystical fun houses that have been demonstrating the goofy side of physics for generations, mechanical horses for kids to ride outside […]

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Mount Rushmore

After being away, we jumped right into a day of adventuring.  After the kids and I did Bear Butte, we ate lunch, picked up Scott and took off for Mount Rushmore.  Rushmore has never been on my must-do list but it was on my “if I’m ever in the area…” list.  We really enjoyed it. […]

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Back in the Saddle

It was only 48 hours away, but if felt so good to get home.  Don’t get me wrong – I enjoyed myself.  I successfully received half of our shipment but there was a mix up and our storage never made it to me.  The saga isn’t over yet.   Then I had a lovely quiet […]

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