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Old 03-28-2013, 11:15 PM   #61
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Very true! Looks kinda like plant mars. This is what my son thinks. He's a mini young comedian! Thinks everything is funny. :0)
I am with him on that! My fav thing to do while traveling there was to try a bison burger wherever I could find them! Wow is that some good eatin! Like going to the coast and eating all the best fresh fish you can! Yum!
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I am with him on that! My fav thing to do while traveling there was to try a bison burger wherever I could find them! Wow is that some good eatin! Like going to the coast and eating all the best fresh fish you can! Yum!
Hummmm! A bison burger! Sounds interesting! Does the meat have a wild taste? Sometime dear meat taste this way to me. Is it fatty and oily like beef? Sometimes it taste good other times not so good.
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Hummmm! A bison burger! Sounds interesting! Does the meat have a wild taste? Sometime dear meat taste this way to me. Is it fatty and oily like beef? Sometimes it taste good other times not so good.
Our experience is they are much like lean beef.
Try a bison steak on the grill one day!
Very little drip or flair up. Don't over cook it!!
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Hummmm! A bison burger! Sounds interesting! Does the meat have a wild taste? Sometime dear meat taste this way to me. Is it fatty and oily like beef? Sometimes it taste good other times not so good.
No actually it doesn't taste wild. You will be pleasantly surprised! Nothing like deer, and I love venison. We mix a little beef with the venison when we make burgers because it does add just a little fat and will mellow that flavor you are thinking of! You really do have to learn how to cook it but it is very healthy because it so so low on fat and high on protein.
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Stop at the Missouri River rest area. they have a very good exhibit on the Lewis and Clark travels through the area. very informative. I don`t believe there is much to see until you get into eastern SD. and even then it is very flat. once you get near the Missouri River then it becomes scenic. take a drive through the Badlands and take your time at the pullouts to get some great views and pictures! and the Black Hills, well you shouldn`t need help finding anything there! make sure you do the Needles HWY/Iron Mountain Road scenic drive, this IMO is the best drive in the Hills!

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Stop at the Missouri River rest area. they have a very good exhibit on the Lewis and Clark travels through the area. very informative. I don`t believe there is much to see until you get into eastern SD. and even then it is very flat. once you get near the Missouri River then it becomes scenic. take a drive through the Badlands and take your time at the pullouts to get some great views and pictures! and the Black Hills, well you shouldn`t need help finding anything there! make sure you do the Needles HWY/Iron Mountain Road scenic drive, this IMO is the best drive in the Hills!

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The Lewis and Clark exhibit sounds great! We differently have plans on driving through the Badlands. I just hope it's not to hot in June.
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How was the Rushmore KOA? Where going for July 4th week and have never been there?
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Palmer Gulch KOA Resort is very nice. They have horse back riding, ATV rentals, a restraunt, pizzia place, 2 pools and it is situated on the back side of MT RUshmore probably less than 10 min from the heads. It is a great base to travel from for sight seeing in the area as well. We stayed there for a week 2 years ago and would go back in a heartbeat.
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Thanks, we're real excited for the trip. Looks great on paper, so it's nice to hear from others.
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The BH`s, Badlands trip is IMO the best trip for people with kids under 10. I plan on going to Yellowstone in a few years, the kids will be around 14, so they will be able to appreciate the area more!

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