Monthly Archives: July 2019

Medora, North Dakota

July 30, 2019 Medora is the gateway to the Southern Unit of the Theodore Roosevelt National Park. And NO, we did not see the Medora Musical. Every single person that heard we went to the national park asked if we … Continue reading

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Theodore Roosevelt National Park, ND

July 29 – August 3, 2019 WAY up north is a National Park well worth the drive. We’d heard about it and actually hoped to get there last summer with Chloe but it is so far away from anything else … Continue reading

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Spearfish South Dakota

July 21-28 2019 We had several reasons for spending time here. First, we have relatives that live a few minutes away from the Spearfish City Campground, where we stayed. Second, we wanted to scope out the area as a possible … Continue reading

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Mesa Verde National Park – Wetherill Plateau

July 15-16, 2019 Because we toured Mesa Verde back in 2014 much of this summer’s trip with our granddaughter Chloe was a repeat for us. Last time we were here Wetherill Mesa had been closed for the winter so we … Continue reading

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Grand Canyon NP – North Rim

July 9, 2019 We don’t normally do an entire national park in one day, but we had to squeeze this one in between volunteer days at Best Friends Animal Sanctuary. We left very early for the drive from Kanab, UT … Continue reading

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