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Friday’s Fabric Finds……………

These ‘goodies’ were the result of some astute(?) careful(?)…………ok, maybe not exactly, but not entirely planned shopping purchases at my fave quilt shops in the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota. 375 more words


Alphonsine by Alice Kegley
AuthorHouse Publishing
ISBN 978-1-4259-2032-6
2008, 182 pp

Review by James LaForest

Alphonsine by Alice Kegley is a self-published work of historical fiction set in the second half of the 19th century in Dakota Territory, Chicago, and Montreal. 331 more words

French Canadian

Spearfish, Sturgis, “Ride Sally, ride”!

Spearfish, Sturgis, “Ride Sally, ride”!

With our Sleep Number bed on order, (with sales tax added :-( based on our delivery location) we moved on down the road toward South Dakota. 784 more words

The Ritchie Factor

Short Memories

We’ve made our way down to Rapid City, South Dakota, by way of Bowman, Bell Fourche, and Devil’s Tower. Rapid City was my childhood home, and Suzy has endured countless re-tellings of stories from back in the day. 286 more words


"I Shall Not Look Upon His Like again."

Phil McNally taught social studies at Belle Fourche High School for the last fifteen years. I don’t remember anything about Robert’s Rules of Order or the difference between layer cake federalism and marble cake federalism, but education is hardly about what goes on in the classroom. 296 more words


South Dakota High School Rodeo State Finals – Last in Series

The light was fading and the shadows falling, must be time for the last event of the evening…bull riding.

I think the focus of this shot is more about the young faces watching this ride. 55 more words


I’m ba-a-a-a-ack…………

Did ya miss me??? What! You didn’t even know I was gone??!!?? Sure ya did. Anyhow, these past few days have seen us put on many hundred miles and a couple(!) of seasons!!! 773 more words