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Wednesday Writings: The Black Hills October 2015

Apologies for this post coming so late! I spent last night editing photos for this post. Typically on Wednesdays, I write a little story corresponding to a photograph or a painting. 1,117 more words


7-13 Keystone, SD

Our rude awakening in the Badlands had us pretty amped up as we made our way down Highway 85 to the Black Hills. Most of the early hours of the morning were spent discussing what just happened. 838 more words


2020 miles into the Boulevard of Beautiful Dreams - Mount Rushmore; a belated update

i haven’t been posting th last couple of days because I’ve been a little sick and had to do a lot of driving. But I will explain, don’t worry. 401 more words


Where the Buffalo Roam

By Linda Tancs

South Dakota’s Custer State Park is where the buffalo roam. Nearly 1,300 buffalo—one of the largest publicly owned bison herds in the country—roam the park’s prairies and hills. 87 more words


The 'crown jewel' of Custer State Park

One of the first places I was told to visit after moving to Rapid City was Sylvan Lake.

It took a few months, but I finally made it there over the weekend. 103 more words

Skilled, Adventurous, or Crazy?

My reminiscing didn’t end in the Badlands.  The memories continued as Al and I moved on to South Dakota’s Black Hills and Custer State Park. 1,175 more words


Take a Hike: Little Devil's Tower Trail

We have been enjoying the last few days of summer, and what better way to do that than by hiking in the Black Hills?

This past Saturday we hiked the Little Devil’s Tower Trail in Custer State Park. 70 more words

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