With just 3 more days left at Crazy Horse, we have been busy packing up our stuff, checking the roof for debris, putting Makena’s kennel back in the truck (she was very excited to see this) and inflating the tires. Saturday (9/6) we had a huge crowd at work for the night blast to commemorate the anniversary of the death of Crazy Horse and the birth of Korczak, the sculpture of Crazy Horse Memorial.
Wednesday morning we will be leaving for Wisconsin, and if all goes well, we should arrive Thursday night at “Camp Meyer”, which is Makena’s favorite
“campground” (Dan’s sister and brother-in-law, Linda and Doug). We will be parked there for 2 weeks, and then head down to Campbellsville, Kentucky, for another season at Amazon. We have a start date of September 30.
We will not be online for a few days, as we will be returning the Wilson 3G cellular booster that Phil and Rudee have so graciously allowed us to use this summer. Without it, we would not have had any cellular telephone service or internet at all. We will be looking into purchasing a booster, but have been waiting as the 4G boosters are just coming on to the market.
I still have several more blog posts to do, and will try to get all caught up with South Dakota stuff before we leave for Kentucky.
Quote for the day: “A man travels the world over in search of what he needs and returns home to find it.” – George A. Moore