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PabloCruise

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So, I’ve seen a large Increase in outdoor visitation and am a little concerned that if we don’t lock down some sites soon we may not find any. I’d also like to throw in a vote to reduce the number of daily campsite moves in our overall travel plan. were pulling a trailer loaded w bacon and beverages
Not surprised to hear that, I think people have had it with the quarantine...
 
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If you guys want to find campsites its going to be tough unless you book a head of time. I was under the impression we were going to do some dispersed camping as a group. Driving back to your campgrpund every night depending on where we are at may take up to an hour or so. There are no campfires outside of a designated campground unless we are on the Wyoming side, but as dry as it is that may not happen either. If you guys are thinking Campground with Showers and toilets we probably should all get on the same sheet of music.
 

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How about a compromise. We let the guides find the good spots to camp and trails to drive each day, but we take our time in the morning to let those with trailers or big tents, etc. to make breakfast and pack up. That way we all enjoy the trip and not feel rushed all the while getting to see more of the country each day.

How's that sound?
 
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How about a compromise. We let the guides find the good spots to camp and trails to drive each day, but we take our time in the morning to let those with trailers or big tents, etc. to make breakfast and pack up. That way we all enjoy the trip and not feel rushed all the while getting to see more of the country each day.

How's that sound?
That is what I had envisioned.
 

PabloCruise

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How about a compromise. We let the guides find the good spots to camp and trails to drive each day, but we take our time in the morning to let those with trailers or big tents, etc. to make breakfast and pack up. That way we all enjoy the trip and not feel rushed all the while getting to see more of the country each day.

How's that sound?
Sounds finer than frog's hair to me Ron!
 

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For the PP2021 attendees, if you have time to drive the needles scenic byway (SD 87 and 16A) it's an awesome scenic drive. Yes, iron piggies don't like the pavement as much as the dirt, but it's worth the drive...especially in the northern section near Mt. Rushmore. Between the tunnels, spiral wooden bridges as well as how the road winds through the landscape it is a memorable drive. I learned the tunnels are very deliberately cut to give you a perfect view of Mt. Rushmore at one end of the tunnel....but you have to drive the road in both directions to figure that out. If you're driving only one direction, make sure you, or your passenger takes a peek out the back window to see the view.

Here's a snipet on the highway design: Needles highway designers
 

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