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Black Hills

I am looking for a western style supper in the Black Hills area. The Blue Bell resort has a Hayride/Chuckwagon Cookout that looks good, but will cost $133 for our family of four. Can anyone tell me if this is worth the price? Circle B Ranch and Flying T Ranch also have chuckwagon suppers for a much more reasonable price. Is either of these better than the other? Any other suggestions? Thanks for you help. Rich

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