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We departed Rapid City on Saturday morning, heading due south on the Heartland Expressway, a road running between the Black Hills and the Badlands. We planned this as a brief travel day, just a 4 or 5 hour push to get to the middle of Nebraska along US 20 for one last easy camp. My […]

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After our treks to the mountain carvings we planned to spend the next day making short trips.  It did not work out.  Early that morning I received a call from work with some irritating news.  I ended up spending the entire day at the camp fighting the dodgy wifi and the sporadic cell service, just […]

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It was our 7th day out as dawn broke on the westernmost camp we would make on this trip.  Rapid City may be South Dakota’s 2nd largest city, but with under 80,000 people it seems hardly to qualify as a city by the standards of anything east of the Mississippi.  Yet it showed something I […]

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The thunderstorm came on slowly from the north.  We watched the clouds flash and pulse and felt the distant rumbles of the storm.  As it neared the wind picked up, first to a warm breeze, then to a cooler insistent push.  It was time to go in.  We kept the windows open for the time, […]

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When I last left off we were on our way to our next encampment (nights 3 and 4) at Minneopa State Park, in southern Minnesota.  We had forewarned the kiddos: “We will be boondocking for the next 2 nights.  The sites do not have water or sewer hookups so bathroom and shower usage should be […]

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