We left Ellsworth AFB without much drama. The people B was so worried about being close to us rolled up their canopy, put away their furniture and disappeared in their truck. We got the Tahoe in and straight to hook up and by then the neighbors showed up, hooked up to the camper and took off. We had plenty of room to spare. We made a couple of stops today, here's the route.
|Our first stop was here but they did not have any yarn for Becky. They only bought wholesale wool. She has had a hard time finding wool spun or dyed in ND and SD.|
|Tri county Museum|
|I can't get over the amount of yellow sweet clover that is everywhere. It lights up the landscape!|
|Random plane on a pole along the freeway.|
|In the jailhouse now, in the jailhouse now..|
|Becky dresses her little cowpoke.|
|Ridin the range partner.|
July 10 We didn't do much in the morning, slept in and got a late start. The dog was limping from her exploits and in the middle of the night she jumped on the bed and started whining and whimpering. She didn't want to stand on her right front leg. She was babied.
|Iris, you look so pathetic.|
Well the paved path was not really handicap accessible but Becky was game to push me up the steep parts and I do mean STEEP! They were short sections and we enjoyed our walk around the tower.
|This climber made it to the top.|
|This climber rested on this ledge for quite some time before heading on up.|
|At the visitors center, we were told this climber was a young lady. Here she puzzles herself out of a box. Eventually she worked her way across to the right and up. We saw her swing from left to right on the rope. High drama!|
|This was part of the path. Pics do not show the steepness. The first part from the visitors center to the trail was probably the longest section and then there were a few short steep parts.|