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Jun 19, 2010 - To Lemmon, SD

I have said it before. I really like the Black Hills. They are beautiful and there is so much to see and do. With that said, it is time to move on. We head west to Sturgis on the Interstate. From Sturgis we get off the Interstate and head north. There are no cities around. There is still a lot of open space in this country! Around lunchtime, we see the small town of Faith on our GPS. It is about four miles off track. We go exploring and find a café. As we finish eating, the chef comes out and asks where John catches bluefish. John has a...

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Aug 30, 2007 - A jaunt to South Dakota

We took an opportunity while we were camped at Medora to take a side trip to Lemmon, South Dakota, a very small town right on the SD/ND border to visit with an old aquaintance and his wife. Bob Johnson is a man we had the pleasure of meeting many years ago during a visit to Montana to see Pat's sister Debbie and her family when they lived in Missoula. At that time Bob had a small trailer located along a nice small trout stream outside Missoula and we shared a day with him along the stream where he taught our daughter Connie to fly fish and...

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May 29, 2006 - South Dakota

We left Ellsworth with a lot of things and places unseen. Good excuse to go back and spend some time. The roads and the weather were good. North of the Black Hills, the land becomes rolling plains, with lots of grass and very few trees. We did get to see a few deer and a lot of antelope, and even managed to get a couple of photos. We are staying at Shadehill, a South Dakota state park. Our good friends, Jack and Sally Purvis are the campground host here. The RV sites are gravel, with electrical hookups and are surrounded by grass and...

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