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RE: Bad lands area

Many years ago Crazy Horse and Deadwood were 4 star places but they have become tourist traps. You can get a good view of Crazy Horse from the road and save a expensive entrance fee. Gambling has ruined Deadwood unless you like gambling. The boot hill cemtary is worth a short vist. "here lies Less More - four shots fro a 44 - no less no More!
rbtglove 07/02/21 02:05pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Lexington KY to Dayton Ohio

GOIN THROUGH CINCY ON 75 IS NEVER EASY. We do it often both ways to Norris Lake and back. We used the brige in May they are still working on it. Going around can be better but not always. Avoid rush hour if you can. Going south we went right through coming North we had about a 40 min delay. There is still a lot of construction on the bridge and 75 in Cincy.
rbtglove 06/21/21 01:47pm Roads and Routes
RE: Too hot

We lived in Rapid City for four years and one thing that was hard to predict was the weather. The only month we didn't have snow was July. But if you do have bad weather it will change quickly.
rbtglove 04/30/21 02:10pm RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
RE: Howto get your dog to fertalize the lawn

My uncle raised pigs on his ranch in WA state. They would eat about anything that got into their pen. Even the little western rattle snakes. Even if they bit them they didn't seem to care.
rbtglove 02/12/21 01:42pm Around the Campfire
RE: Howto get your dog to fertalize the lawn

I worked for the Forest service on the trail crew in WA state near Mt Adams during summers while going to college. We often went out for two or three weeks at a time. Tools and supplies were carried by mules. The mule skinner was also the cook for the crew. He had a large dog dog who stayed with him. In the morning he gave the dog any leftover pancakes. We never saw him eat one. He took them off and buried them. There Must be pancake trees all over MT Adams.
rbtglove 02/09/21 01:46pm Around the Campfire
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