My bestie, Tracy Beeler, is White Stone Woman of the Lakota tribe so when we pulled in to a South Dakota rest area that featured the following statue, my jaw dropped and my heart nearly exploded with pride and love for the people that made this happen.
For those who aren’t on FB or IG, this article is a list of what we shared in our 2 days of travel.
But first, please be sure you’ve watched the video.
ICY WINTER STORMS
We left Wyoming Monday, February 5, and drove through 12+ hours of icy winter storms.
RUNNING FROM PANHANDLERS
We were going to rest awhile the next morning and get some work done but decided to head out after being approached by aggressive panhandlers.
LEAVING TOWN AT MIDNIGHT
Then we made it to what we thought was our destination the next night, Tuesday, February 6 – at midnight! Only to find out there was no room at the inn – or anywhere for that matter. So we drove another two hours to surprise our friends Mark and Irene, and camp with them before they headed out.