The Badlands

First of all I apologize for the site being down Thursday, I am working to move it to a more hospitable host so please bear with me for the next couple of weeks and hopefully when I am done it will be faster and more reliable.

_DSC8911Storm and I have visited Badlands National Park several times, but we always enjoy this park and were glad to get to share it with our family.  We were lucky to catch it on a cool day (84 degrees – no humidity) so a few short hikes and a windy picnic at the visitor center were doable.  This time we took the Sage Creek Rim (dirt) road on the way out of the park and discovered the wildlife area.  We passed by Roberts Prairie Dog town which was filled with Priarie Dogs chirping and watching us.  We also saw antelope and Bison on this road.  We had never been able to take this road before because we were on the motorcycles on previous visits and this is a long dusty road not very suitable for street bikes.


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Pilot, motorcyclist and full time RVer. Follow me as I travel all over the US in my Country Coach RV volunteering, making new friends and pursuing a constant outdoor temperature between 70F and 80F. I'll share the fun and the tribulations and any great survival tricks I learn!

One Reply to “The Badlands”

  1. We really enjoyed our time there and at the Bad Lands, liked the little town that is there as well on the North side of the highway, cannot remember the name of it right now but they had a couple of good eating places. ;>) Video still not working, :>( See ya in a couple of weeks. GOD BLESS

    Jim & Sandy

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