Category Archives: South Dakota

Minuteman Missile Command Centre

We visited the Minuteman command and control centre in South Dakota. This is now a national monument, but was built by the US Government in the early 1960s, as part of its response to the Cuban missle crisis. The control … Continue reading

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Sage Creek, Badlands, South Dakota

We hadn’t known about Badlands National ParkĀ until we chatted with a family from South Carolina when we were all camping at Exit Glacier, Alaska. They encouraged us to spend some time there, and as Badlands is just a bit further … Continue reading

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The Black Hills, South Dakota

We have spent the last few days camping in State Forest and National Park campgrounds. All are very well-resourced (by Australian camping standards), and it seems to be a standard thing at this time of the year that the state … Continue reading

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