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Sculptures – on a large scale!

A few years ago, on one of our tours of the USA, we found ourselves in South Dakota. As our travels are fluid (very) we (I) thought it would be a terrific idea to visit the the Black Hills of … Continue reading

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Breakfast.

Over the past dozen years or so we have taken our annual holidays touring the USA. We started back in 2003 when we visited friends who lived in York PA. That single trip was so enjoyable we decided we should … Continue reading

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A mixed bag of landscapes.

I’m not sure what prompted me to look through my library, maybe the thought that I may have missed something. Not the case though. However, whilst browsing I stopped at a couple of landscapes and decided that I would rework … Continue reading

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USA 2012 – a tour through Central and Mid West USA. (Part 7)

Day 14 For those of you “hanging on every word” did you spot the mistake in direction? “West to Cheyenne” was actually South and it was over undulating countryside offering little for us seasoned travellers. We arrived in Cheyenne to … Continue reading

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USA 2012 – a tour through Central and Mid West USA. (Part 6)

Day 12 A long day was ahead of us as we travelled due west along the I90 to our stop over of Rapid City. We decided to detour and take in “the badlands of South Dakota”. What a good idea … Continue reading

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USA 2012 – a tour through Central and Mid West USA. (Part 5)

Day 8 A day that took us right across Kansas State from Dodge City to Kansas City. A distance of some 300 miles covered in just under 6 hours. The first 250 miles was lots of barren open flat land … Continue reading

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USA 2012 – a tour through Central and Mid West USA. (Part 4)

Day 7 We drove in to Dodge and tied our car to the first “hitch rail” we found. On getting out we literally bumped into Charlie Meade, Special Deputy US Marshal and Retired Deputy Marshall of Dodge City, Kansas. He … Continue reading

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