“Take me back to the Black Hills, the Black Hills of Dakota,” sang Doris Day as Calamity Jane, and ever since I wanted to see those Black Hills. 699 more words
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It’s a time-honored MCC tradition: every road trip concludes with bonus photos I skipped while compiling all the preceding chapters. However, this finale is a little more special than average. 854 more words
SIOXU FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Authorities say seven teenage boys were rescued from a small island of rocks at a Sioux Falls park.
Police say the boys swam out to the island in Falls Park early Saturday evening and were unable to return to shore because of the strong current created by a nearby low-head dam. 58 more words
Chamberlain, South Dakota.
Her name is Dignity. The Native American woman stands some 50-feet (15 m) tall. Sculpted of stainless steel, “Dignity represents the courage, perseverance and wisdom of the Lakota and Dakota culture in South Dakota,” according to artist Dale Lamphere who used three models of Lakota Native Americans to create the face. 172 more words
Started the day in Black Hills National Forest, South Dakota, at 1734 miles and ended the day in Buffalo, Wyoming at 1984 miles.
After an important Dad/Trip life lesson (Cleaning Windshields of Massive Bugs 101), we put South Dakota in our rearview mirror and set our sights on the great state of Wyoming. 607 more words