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Jun 5, 2018 - Deadwood to Ranchester via Devils Tower

Left FishnFry Campgrounds in Deadwood and set out to see Devils Tower. Truly majestic!!! This tower was formed underground some 50 million years ago by magna forced into sedimentary rocks and cooled under ground. After 2 or 3 million years, erosion has left us with the tower. It is 867 ft. tall and about 1000 ft. in diameter at the base. This is considered to be the Americas First Monument. As you would expect it is sacred ground for many Native Americans and played a huge role as a landmark to settlers. Many people climb this tower which...

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May 14, 2017 - Battle of Tongue River

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Jul 10, 2009 - another state

Montana is one of those states that seems to go on and on forever. Unfortunately, there were no expressways going where we were going, so we spent most of the day driving on two lane roads. But since hardly anyone lives in Montana, there was little traffic and our fearless driver had plenty of room to pass slow moving trucks with our forty foot motor home and jeep towed behind it. Major intersections boasted a gas station which was also a restaurant which was also a casino. When I think of Montana I don't think about gambling, but there...

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Jun 2, 2009 - Day 34 Ranchester, WY camp

today, day 34 (june 2) was just a rain day so we didn't travel very far awaiting better weather... NOT a repeat of our day 31... photos today are just of hiway 90 to ranchester, wy., camp or just ho-hum pictures DAY 34 PHOTOS RAIN DAY TO RANCHESTER, WY. =================================================== here are sarah smarts photos she took on our day 29 DAY 29 PHOTOS BY SARAH SMART ron/barbara

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Oct 3, 2008 - To Ranchester

October 3...Lazy J Campground---Ranchester, WY Today we left Yellowstone National Park. We really wished we could have stayed longer but I made reservations late and was only able to get 5 nights. There are only about 4 campgrounds open in this park and another 2 campgrounds in Teton National Park. We could have gotten a site in a private park outside of Yellowstone. But it is such a long drive to get in & out of the park. We left Madison Campground and went across the park to the East Entrance. We saw our first elk near Norris Geyser...

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