Sundance Overnight

2018 West, Road Trip, Wyoming

When we made a phone call to family in Salt Lake City on Sunday to make plans for a visit this weekend, the drive from Pipestone MN seemed eminently doable. We forgot how many places we want to explore along this route. Yesterday we just buzzed through the Black Hills and past the BLM land where we’d contemplated off grid camping. The weather, the smoke haze, and or desire to get a little further down the road got us to where we are. This morning we’re awakening just a few miles from Devil’s Tower. When we visited in 2008 we promised ourselves we’d return and spend more time. Now we know that Reuter National Forest Campground near Sundance, Wyoming will be a great spot for that. Campsite 14 is sweet but gets too little sun for our solar panels. However we have other plans today. We’re headed for Casper and beyond. We staged this morning’s breakfast last night. We didn’t unhitch yesterday afternoon. It was a good overnight here. After two days of dreary overcast and hazy vistas we enjoyed the dappled sunshine through the tall pines as well as the peaceful quiet of this small campground.




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