Wind Cave National Park
After all the fun with the tire fiasco we finally made it across the border to South Dakota.
We had really been looking forward to seeing one of our favorite RV Couples again.
Daisy & Dakota! And of course their owners, Jim and Barb. They're pretty cool too.
We drove over to Jim and Barbs in the morning but first we had to get past the guards.
The RV Pad.
I just couldn't believe how they could balance up there on those 2x4s in that wind and cold! It was nerve racking watching them but they are pros.
Barb and Steve counting the trusses.
Barb guiding the trusses over. This is one hard working, kick butt gal!
Amazing that they were able to get them all finished in one day! Again, the picture makes the weather look so nice but it was darn near zero degrees with the wind chill!
Daisy relaxing after a hard day.
Jim feeding some other friends.
This is how it looks with the trusses all done.
It has a large garage in front that will hold their trailer, truck and camper. The other side has a beautiful view of the valley with 2 bedrooms and a nice living room with big windows.
They were heavy with row (fish eggs) and it just dropped out of them.
Who's that at the end of the tunnel?
Jim working a hole. Where's Steve? Not sure. He went up stream and we never saw him again.
A tiny Cutthroat I caught. They are such colorful fish. What a great day!
First up was the Firehouse Winery. We got something to eat and sampled a few drinks.
Jim and Barb
Me and Steve
Steve couldn't wait to get inside so he sampled outside. This is Miner Brewing Co, our last stop.
After we went back to their place to just hang out and talk at the campfire.
What's that Jim's using to start the fire? Ha Ha! Just a little bit...
The view while we enjoyed our fire.
We never did get to take the tour of Wind Cave so I guess we'll have to come back another time.
Near out campsite. There is an Eagle flying over the buffalo if you look closely.
Thanks Jim & Barb for the visit! We can't wait to see how it turns out.