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Trip Report South Dakota's Badlands and Black Hills, August 2012

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Hello! Just a few weeks ago, I did a solo trip to South Dakota's Black Hills and Badlands for eight days. I also ventured off to Devils Tower in NE Wyoming for a day and went back to where I live in the Chicago area through Nebraska, stopping off for a few sights I had never seen before.

I just completed a trip report using photos and captions. There is specific advice embedded within the captions for trip planners. If you would like to see the photos, go to this link ...


and click on the album that has Mt. Rushmore for the cover shot. You can click on each photo to read the whole caption and then navigate by using the arrow keys on your keyboard or by clicking on the faint arrows to the left and right of each photo.

I welcome questions ... and please, if I am in error in identifying a place name or plant or animal identification, I would most appreciate it if you would correct me.

Western South Dakota really truly has a lot to offer visitors and if you have never considered it as a destination in of itself, I hope my album will change your mind.

Happy travels!


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