S. A. T. W. P. Episode 51

June 12th, 2017. Day 12.

Scrabble scores from last night – 308/304. We are Scrabbling as we podcast.

Morning at Devil's Tower
Morning at Devil’s Tower, notice the towels drying in the sun.

We woke up at Devil’s Tower, Dave snored through a thunderstorm (according to Stephanie; Dave didn’t hear it). There were some young people camping nearby who broke camp and left during the rain.

Prairie Dogs
Prairie Dogs!

Originally we had planned on visiting Medicine Rocks State Park but due to weather we detoured to Deadwood, SD.

At the Gem.
At the Gem.

For lunch we ate at The Gem which was delicious, we had a view of the street and the people walking around in period costumes. Dave had a steak that he really enjoyed. Excellent service and food. Dave – 6.5/7 tiles. Stephanie gives them 7/7.

Where Wild Bill Hickok was shot.
Where Wild Bill Hickok was shot.

We gambled away $10 each and walked out and around the town and saw the place where Wild Bill was killed.

The sign says it all.
The sign says it all.
This sign also says it all.
This sign also says it all.

Model trains are one of Dave’s hobbies and there was a great layout in Deadwood, a really cool display that moves and lights up for a dollar.

Model trains!
Model trains!

Most of Deadwood burned down but what you see today is still  from the 1800s.

Mount Moriah Cemetery.
Mount Moriah Cemetery.

We made a few purchases and then we headed over to Mount Moriah Cemetery where Calamity Jane and Wild Bill are buried. Dave gives it a 6/7 tiles. We had to pay to get in but it was worth it. We walked up to Seth Bullock’s grave, way up above the rest of the graveyard. Super steep.

Wild Bill's grave.
Wild Bill’s grave.

(Dave keeps attempting to change the Scrabble rules while we play.)

Calamity Jane's grave.
Calamity Jane’s grave.

A beautiful view of Deadwood. We walked around the graveyard looking at the various sections. It was a steep incline that would be almost impossible for someone in a wheelchair.

Seth & Martha Bullock's grave.
Seth & Martha Bullock’s grave.

Once we were back on the road we saw a Scamp at a rest area. It was the 1st rest area in South Dakota and it had 2 older women who were very excited about what they were doing. They were overly helpful. Dave escaped and discovered the Scamp outside and had to go back in to rescue Stephanie from the women.

We now have a pile of pamphlets for SD.

Home would have been an option but we spent too much time at Deadwood.

A fast drive to Mitchell to avoid storms. 200 Wall Drug signs. It is muggy and agricultural smelling.

Our Scrabbling for June 12th, 2017.
Our Scrabbling for June 12th, 2017.

Final Score for tonight’s game – Stephanie 304, Dave 234.

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 50

June 11th, 2017. Day 11.

Devil’s Tower National Monument (KOA).

Approaching Devil's Tower, WY.
Approaching Devil’s Tower, WY.

We are recording this podcast while sitting in the shadow of Devil’s Tower.

Panoramic view of Devil's Tower and the red rocks near the KOA.
Panoramic view of Devil’s Tower and the red rocks near the KOA.

We forgot to talk about Bud in our last podcast. Bud approached us before the yesterday’s show and was looking for a place for his father (who fought at Iwo Jima among other things) to live. As it turned out, our friend Julie and Bud knew each other from High School. We then talked about bookings with Bud and he soon agreed that Stephanie knows what she is doing.

Our campsite at the KOA. We were quite literally sleeping in the shadow of Devil's Tower.
Our campsite at the KOA. We were quite literally sleeping in the shadow of Devil’s Tower.

We woke up in Sheridan, WY, and hung around for a little while. The Daves talked about football and trains. Then Julie’s son David showed up and there were too many Daves.

Dave at the base of Devil's Tower.
Dave at the base of Devil’s Tower.
Stephanie on the trail!
Stephanie on the trail!

Last night Stephanie stayed up late working out our route from Sheridan to Ekalaka, MT, and found out that the halfway point was Devil’s Tower.

Looking out over the valley from the base of Devil's Tower.
Looking out over the valley from the base of Devil’s Tower.

There was some confusion about the last time we were at Devil’s Tower. We stopped for breakfast and gas and realized that we are getting quite a number of gas rewards cards.

Devil's Tower is beautiful from any angle.
Devil’s Tower is beautiful from any angle.
Deer!
Deer!

We saw a lot of deer, birds, and prairie dogs. Climbing the rocks is not allowed in June but we were permitted to walk around the base of the tower.

By dinner time we were back at the camp site.

Offerings left at the base of Devil's Tower.
Offerings left at the base of Devil’s Tower.

Dave snored his fool head off last night, he was exhausted. Now Stephanie is tired.

A view of the tower from the path around the base.
A view of the tower from the path around the base.

We are camping at the filming location of “Close Encounters of the Third Kind”, they show the movie every night at dusk here at the KOA.

This angle is one of our favorites.
This angle is one of our favorites.

Scrabble scores – Tough game but Dave lost by about 4 points.

Stephanie - 308, Dave - 304.
Stephanie – 308, Dave – 304.
From the base of Devil's Tower.
From the base of Devil’s Tower.

Tomorrow we are going to visit Medicine Rocks State Park near Ekalaka, MT. The park has gotten some bad reviews and we discuss how some people can’t be satisfied. More discussion of sign-offs.

Sunset at Devil's Tower.
Sunset at Devil’s Tower.
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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 49

June 10th, 2017. Day 10.

Sheridan, WY

Scrabble – Dave loses by around 50 points.

Stephanie – 293, Dave – 244.

We drive from Billings to Sheridan with a detour to visit Little Bighorn National Monument.

The Cemetery at Little Bighorn.
The Cemetery at Little Bighorn.

The cemetery closed in 1978, soldiers from the Civil War through Viet Nam are buried there.

Last Stand Hill.
Last Stand Hill.

We walked around, watched a documentary about the battlefield and then went out to hear Ranger Steve speak about the Battle of Little Bighorn. There are marble markers where bodies were found and originally buried before being moved to a mass grave. There is some question of where Custer is buried and how much of him.

The Battlefield as seen from Last Stand Hill.
The Battlefield as seen from Last Stand Hill.

Ranger Steve gave a great history of the battle. It is often forgotten that Custer had an amazing military record and had his horse shot out from under him 11 times but he will be remembered by this one loss.

Ranger Steve
Ranger Steve

Stephanie gives a brief history as learned from our day at the battlefield. Dave talks about his walk around the battlefield.

A description of the memorial.
A description of the memorial.

We discuss the one-sided view of history that we are taught in our schools, also forced and false patriotism.

Native American Soldier markers.
Native American Soldier markers.
US Soldier markers.
US Soldier markers.

A fairly quiet ride from the battlefield to Sheridan through beautiful landscape thinking about what we had just seen.

Part of the Native American Monument.
Part of the Native American Monument.

We had a meal at Greenhouse Living For Sheridan and then Dave played a show. It was a little chilly for some of the elders but many stayed for the whole performance.

Dave relaxing before the show.
Dave relaxing before the show.

We got to see Lois, our letter writing friend, who left a book club meeting early to get to the show.

Dave entertains the people at Greenhouse Living for Sheridan.
Dave entertains the people at Greenhouse Living for Sheridan.

Dave makes a sports joke and we hear a joke from a friend.

We discuss the Viking/Cross room.

The Viking/Cross Room!
The Viking/Cross Room!

Dave signs-off badly, again.

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 48

June 9th, 2017. Day 9.

Billings, MT.

We woke up at the Sunrise Campground RV Resort in Bozeman.

It was an interesting morning because the van wouldn’t start due to a dead battery. However, Dave had the forethought to bring jumper cables so our camping neighbor was able to help us out.

We went to the Starbucks and worked and Dave napped.

Then Dave played at the Bear Creek Respite Center in Bozeman, a 45 minute show which everyone loved.

It was a relatively small place when compared with some of the facilities we have seen; it was the size of a large home. They had invited their friends and neighbors and so there were about 30 people at the show. One couple who was celebrating their 50th anniversary really enjoyed the show and she started crying when Dave played “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You”.

People told us jokes at the end of the show and several asked for business cards while we were being served coffee and homemade rhubarb tart and watermelon.

After the show we drove to Billings where we are, as we podcast, sitting in the parking lot of a big box store after having dinner at a pizza and chicken place.

On the road to Billings.
On the road to Billings.

We sat in a chain restaurant, bought a pretzel and played Scrabble. There were a few good words and no bingos. Dave won, getting 11 of the 12 E’s and Stephanie had 4 I’s. Final score: 352-227.

Dave - 352, Stephanie - 227.
Dave – 352, Stephanie – 227.

Tomorrow we are off to Sheridan, Wyoming!

Dave tries some new sign-offs and it doesn’t fly.

Dave proposes a game segment to the podcast.

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 47

June 8th, 2017. Day 8.

Sunrise Campground, Bozeman, MT.

We woke up at Beaver Dick Campground. Not a good night of sleep for either of us. Camping was primitive, no running water and only vault toilets. We were packed up and on the road by 11:30.

Beaver Dick was a local legend!
Beaver Dick was a local legend!

Leaving Rexburg, ID, we drove to Bozeman, MT through gorgeous country, the Tetons and Big Sky. There were bison crossings and warnings.

Our drive included bison crossing signs.
Our drive included bison crossing signs.

We stopped by the Gallatin River just to rest a bit and then again to get coffee for Stephanie at a Starbuck’s since we have a refillable rewards card.

After doing some research we found the Sunrise Campground where we are as we podcast. The campground host invited us to drive around and check it out before we committed to camping, we thought it looked fine.

We met Camper the Cat and heard it’s story. We debate the aspects of sleeping in the tent verses sleeping in the van. Dave mispronounces minestrone and explains why. Dave also tried a peanut butter and tuna sandwich. It wasn’t awful.

It does sometimes seem like the sky is bigger around here.
It does sometimes seem like the sky is bigger around here.

Scrabble- Last night Dave won by about 50 points and tonight Stephanie won by about 80 points.

Stephanie wins by 80 pts.
Stephanie wins by 80 pts.

Podcasting was delayed by people in the community room – one watching the movie “Dr. Strange”. We talk about Dr. Strange and Benedict Cumberbatch.

We found out that the Teton Mountains were named after breasts.

The sign of The Three Tetons.
The sign of The Three Tetons.

There is a possibility that we might explore Bozeman tomorrow before my show at 3. We look forward to our gig coming up in Sheridan, WY, and then Valley City, ND.

We rate Beaver Dick Campground 3/7 tiles. We will wait to rate Sunrise Campground tomorrow.

Dave (re)fried the leftover fries from Big Judd’s in Archer and they were pretty good.

Another day of beautiful roads!
Another day of beautiful roads!

Stephanie witnessed a gas station attendant ask someone for her I.D. to buy Doritos.

We once again discuss possible sign-offs.

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 46

June 7th, 2017. Day 7.

Rexburg, ID

We are at the Magic Suds Laundromat.

Today we drove by way of a long and winding road.

Mountains along the way.
Mountains along the way.

We woke up in Jerome, ID,  and after oatmeal we were on the road by 8:40 to Logan, UT.

We went though a construction zone and offered a flag-woman our sunscreen and she blew us a kiss. And some woman called Dave “Darlin'”.

Upon arriving in Logan we went right to Legacy House,  arriving about 2 hours early. Since we had extra time we took a walk to a nice grocery store 3 blocks away.

The view from the grocery store.
The view from the grocery store.

Dave says he got a Sit-bit to make sure he relaxes enough.

The view from the Cold Stone Creamery.
The view from the Cold Stone Creamery.

At the show, Stephanie talked to a woman who had written Dave’s name down last time he played there and was very happy to see him again.

A good show even though Dave forgot some lyrics and rhymed his way out of it. The jokes led into the song, good integration. The audience seemed joke-starved. After the show there was a long line of people who wanted to thank Dave.

There was a guy named Grant there who plays harmonica, Dave tried to get him to play.

Dave changed clothes in the van and then walked back in and talked to the woman who wrote his name down. She didn’t recognize him at first.

Scrabble! – Dave got all the good letters but barely managed to win.

Dave - 321, Stephanie - 267
Dave – 321, Stephanie – 267

Rexburg is interesting – we are staying at Beaver Dick Campground.

Beaver Dick Campground!
Beaver Dick Campground!

Captain Jefferson Hunt is buried at Red Rock Pass, we had an interesting stop there.

Dave reading the historical marker.
Dave reading the historical marker.
Gypsy Baby grave marker in the cemetery behind the hill.
Gypsy Baby grave marker in the cemetery behind the hill.
You've got to climb a hill to get to the historical marker.
You’ve got to climb a hill to get to the historical marker.

Stephanie reads his marker. Huntsville is named after him.

The sign at Red Rock Pass.
The sign at Red Rock Pass.

We went to Big Jud’s for tremendous burgers in Archer, ID. HUGE burgers. We talk about the meals and the huckleberry ice cream we had afterward.

Big Judd's has amazing burgers!
Big Jud’s has amazing burgers!
Huckleberry Ice Cream!
Huckleberry ice cream!

They have 1 and 2 pound burgers. We saw one of the 2 pound burgers, it was the size of a flattened basketball. Even the water was good.

Blatant discrimination against short people at Big Judd's.
Blatant discrimination against short people at Big Jud’s.

The mirror in the bathroom was too high for Stephanie.

Big Jud’s gets 6/7 tiles from Dave.

The boat at Big Jud’s – A truck with a boat on a trailer pulled up outside and a guy who had been laying in the boat jumped out, ordered some food and got back in the boat.

We are sunburned from our visit to the concentration camp. We got some water from a big box store and everyone was staring at the red redhead.

The sunscreen was laughing at us!
The sunscreen was laughing at us!

Eventually we headed to the Magic Suds Laundromat to do some laundry.

Probably off to Montana tomorrow.

The sign-off? Still not settled!

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 44

June 6th 2017. Day 6.

Jerome, ID.

We are in the KOA community room.

It has been a fair day but sobering.

We were up early, had oatmeal and a shower.

Then off to the Minidoka Internment Camp near Jerome, Idaho.

The rebuilt guard tower.
The rebuilt guard tower.

We talk about what we learned during our 2-mile hike and visit to the interpretive center.

The river which flows past the internment camp.
The river which flows past the internment camp.

Dave saw a snake and took some pictures of it. We also saw a yellow bird that we couldn’t identify, probably a Scott’s Oriole.

Snake!
Snake!

The same snake!
The same snake!

We drove into Jerome and went to Choate’s Diner. The food was great, good service and clean. Reasonably priced. Triple B burger and grilled chicken sandwich with stuff. All good, 6/7 tiles.

The nearby fossil beds didn’t seem like anything we wanted to check out because you can’t actually see the fossil beds.

We did some walking around the KOA and then did some online work to keep the business going.

At Minidoka.
At Minidoka.

Dave went and played guitar at the ice cream social, lots more people came to the social because of it.

There was a couple who were listening to Dave play and we sat and talked with them about their bees and farm after the ice cream was packed up. They were Richard and Twink Bumann, from Olivenhain, CA. Really nice people with a beautiful dog.

Bumannphoto.smugmug.com

We are both red as lobsters, badly sunburned.

Dave has rigged up screens for the van windows and we now have a fan. Tonight we are going to need it.

Our Scrabble game!
Our Scrabble game!

What is the official sign-off? Every where’s a winner? We don’t know yet!

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 43

June 5th 2017. Day 5.

Jerome, ID.

After spending a night in a Wal-Mart parking lot (we slept in a bit, the insulation really helps muffle sound), we are now at the local KOA.

 

Went to a Starbucks, and then off to a Target to buy a fan for in the back of the van.

We were happy to find these electric car chargers.
We were happy to find these electric car chargers and we hope it is a sign of things to come!

Dave bought some magnets to fix a screen around the window for ventilation.

This is the same KOA that we stayed at last year but the showers are being remodeled and they now have FEMA shower/restrooms due to a water main break.

Sculpture of Ira Burton Perrine.
Sculpture of Ira Burton Perrine.

Dave talks about the odd feelings he gets sometimes and how this KOA is one of the places. Last year, Dave felt like he was being watched.

We asked to be moved to a sunnier spot and it is better than the first place we were at.

View from the Perrine Bridge.
View from the Perrine Bridge.

We went to Twin Falls to a Wells-Fargo bank and on the way back to Jerome we stopped at the Perrine Bridge to see the Snake River Gorge. The bridge shakes and it is REALLY high up.

The Perrine Bride in Twin Falls, ID.
The Perrine Bridge in Twin Falls, ID.

Dave confesses his fear of heights and how he challenges it by going to high places.

The Snake River Canyon from the Perrine Bridge.
The Snake River Canyon from the Perrine Bridge.

This is the gorge that Evel Knievel jumped and there is a marker commemorating it. We discuss his attempt.

The Evel Knievel monument.
The Evel Knievel monument.

We went to the visitor center, then had some lunch and then to the KOA. Stephanie got to work while Dave moved camp to the sunnier spot. Dave has been working on the Podcast, no.s 7 & 8. We were in just about the same place a year ago. Stephanie’s stomach makes a statement.

The Perrine Bridge Commemoration plaque.
The Perrine Bridge Commemoration plaque.

We attended the KOA ice cream social and met some interesting people. We listened into our neighbor’s conversation and one guy had a radio voice, but we decided not to talk to him.

Underneath the Perrine Bridge.
Underneath the Perrine Bridge.

Stephanie has decided that there is only one person named Doug that she likes. (She has since met more Dougs).

After we finished ice cream we went to play Scrabble. We go through some of the details including how Dave bingoed on a triple, scoring 230 points on his first turn. Stephanie battled back valiantly but was unable to overcome this initial obstacle. We both agree that it was a good game.

Our Scrabble game, Dave won by about 100 points.
Our Scrabble game, Dave won by about 100 points.

The tent was set up for appearances but we aren’t going to sleep in it.

We have a couple of days off and tomorrow we are going to see a Japanese internment camp, one of six they had in Idaho.

Looking down on the Snake River.
Looking down on the Snake River.

Quote: “Jingoism, it’s not as friendly as it sounds.” – Dave Cofell

We, once again, talk about signing off, sponsors and other important stuff and go over why we go to Starbucks when Muggsy’s Beans is our sponsor.

 

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 42

June 4th 2017. Day 4.

Jerome, ID.

We just finished our unfinished game of Scrabble.

Our scrabble game. I'm not sure who won.
Our scrabble game. I’m not sure who won.

We woke up in White Bird, ID and Dave hopped out and took a picture of Martin Kessels because he had neglected to take one yesterday. After breakfast and a shower we hit the road by 10 a.m.

Our camping spot in White Bird, ID.
Our camping spot in White Bird, ID.

White Bird, ID was beautiful. The Swiftwater RV park was great, the best one so far. We asked Anna (the owner) if we should pay the difference between tent and RV camping but she said no.

The beautiful Salmon River.
The beautiful Salmon River.

There were glowing green lights everywhere in the trees at night and we had to ask why that was. She responded they installed special “bliss” lights. We noticed that she had a “Sisters On The Fly” sticker in her window.

We give the Swiftwater RV Park a 7/7 tiles, our first use of the 7 tile rating system. We elaborate on why the high rating.

Idaho is such a beautiful state, Dave gives it 7/7 tiles.

Murphy, ID, from about a half-mile away.
Murphy, ID, from about a half-mile away.

We crossed a timeline, crossed a little part of Oregon and made it to Murphy, Idaho, Dave’s favorite small town in Idaho. Dave had a mixed performance but got to see Jim Nimmo and hear his family again. Dave missed the horned toad races.

People watching the horned toad races in Murphy, ID.
People watching the horned toad races in Murphy, ID.

Stephanie had a piece of pumpkin pie! It was 90 degrees and sunny and then the big wind hit. We saw a huge dust cloud coming toward us and we hopped in the van and started driving through it. We decided not to stay at a local archaeological site that had camping facilities and ended up crawling along through a “0” visibility dust storm mixed with tumbleweeds.

Dave with Jim Nimmo.
Dave with Jim Nimmo.

Melba was our first choice for camping but the wind was too high. Three Island Crossing had trees down everywhere and there was heavy lightning so we drove on to Jerome, ID, another one of our favorite cities, to a big box store parking lot.

On the freeway there were many trucks that had pulled over and many others that were all over the road. There was another point where a road worker had to pull barrels off the road.

We are very tired so hopefully we will be able to relax.

We talk more about Murphy, ID, and Leslie Hinton, who sold us a pie. Dave asked her some questions and she answered that she had lived in Portland, Boise, and Murphy. She gave Murphy a glowing revue and said that at least people are still friendly in Murphy. Leslie says to not to tell people about Murphy so it will stay the same. Stephanie sees a kitten and Dave puts the kibosh on having it as a van mate.

Dave performing in Murphy, ID.
Dave performing in Murphy, ID.

We talk about getting a better sign off. We come up with nothing better.

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S. A. T. W. P. Episode 41

June 3rd 2017. Day 3.

White Bird, ID.

Our very first interview! It is with Martin Kessels, a long distance biker from The Netherlands.

Martin Kessels.
Martin Kessels.

We are playing Scrabble as we podcast.

We slept in the parking lot of a Big Box store in Bozeman, MT, and were on the road by 8.

Some interesting rocks along the way.
Some interesting rocks along the way.

Yesterday we stopped in a rest area and made beans where there was a rattlesnake warning.

Wise words!
Wise words!

This morning we stopped in a coffee shop and had some laughs with the barista.

Dave played at Grizzly Peak for his third time and talked to our friend David. Some other residents told Dave dirty jokes. It is always fun to play there.

We drove on one of our favorite roadways, Highway 12 from Lolo to Kooskia,  a winding and very beautiful road.

Highway 12 from Lolo, CO. to Kooskia, ID.
Highway 12 from Lolo, CO. to Kooskia, ID.

Whitewater rafting on the Lochsa River in Idaho.
Whitewater rafting on the Lochsa River in Idaho.

We stopped at Colgate Licks.

Colgate Licks, ID.
Colgate Licks, ID.

We proceeded South through a beautiful valley (that reminded us of Ireland) to White Bird, ID.

The view above White Bird, ID.
The view above White Bird, ID.

White Bird has a beautiful downtown and the Swiftwater RV Park is a very nice little gem of a campground.

The Salmon River in White Bird, ID.
The Salmon River in White Bird, ID.

Stephanie won Scrabble last night by about 20 points.

Dave looking out at the Salmon River.
Dave looking out at the Salmon River.

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