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Old 08-24-2016, 07:43 AM   #751
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Palo Duro Canyon SP

Well since I started this thread a couple of years ago I thought I should add to it 😀 . We are at Palo Duro Canyon SP, TX, perhaps in one of the nicest spots here. Heading to Colorado and Utah next.
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Old 08-24-2016, 09:00 AM   #752
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Well since I started this thread a couple of years ago I thought I should add to it �� . We are at Palo Duro Canyon SP, TX, perhaps in one of the nicest spots here. Heading to Colorado and Utah next.
You are going to have to cut back on the stickers, or you won't be able to see out your back window.

Nice view!
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Old 08-24-2016, 09:24 AM   #753
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Looks like a quiet, peaceful spot, with a 'big sky'. Very Nice!
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How was the Custers Last Stand experience? Hope you enjoyed it.
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How was the Custers Last Stand experience? Hope you enjoyed it.
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Dave....the battlefield was magnificent. We listened to the Ranger tell the story and then took the tour bus narrated by a local Crow Indian (and member of the Real Bird family that does the reenactments every year down by the river).

The National Cemetery was impressive as well.

I think we both came away from the park with a whole different understanding of the battle itself as well as what led up to it and resulted afterward. It was fascinating.

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PS....I cannot get enough of the big Montana skies....day or night. Looking forward to a return trip. Attached is a sunset picture taken over the Deep Ravine portion of the Park.

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Old 08-25-2016, 12:27 AM   #756
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Well since I started this thread a couple of years ago I thought I should add to it 😀 . We are at Palo Duro Canyon SP, TX, perhaps in one of the nicest spots here. Heading to Colorado and Utah next.
Steve, you don't like stickers, do you?

We were in 83, I think. Great spot, too.
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Old 08-25-2016, 09:48 AM   #757
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While I've stopped at the battlefield several times, most memorable was in 1997 with about 15 Boy Scouts, we also visited Wounded Knee, several museums, camped at Devils Tower and toured Fort Meade north of Sturgis, great museum and home of the Seventh. Rifling in some of the old cannons was still so sharp, one kid sliced his hand sticking it down the barrel. Boys will be boys. So glad you enjoyed it, historical perspective is something all Americans and Canadians need to embrace.
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View from the master bedroom at 49.005 Latitude and 1290 meter ASL in the Selkirks of SE BC. Cool at night at 10 C.
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Beautiful View John! Fall is in the air
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