It’s the time of the year when we spend a lot of time crawling along mountain roads behind slow moving RVs. This gives us plenty of time to ponder their names. Names like: Puma, Hornet, Fleetwood. Prowler, Wildcat, Bounder, Bobcat, Bullet, Eagle … and, my
Pink Cabin Road near Keystone is one of the shorter roads in the Black Hills. But the view is fantastic. This road is a favorite with cyclists and motorbikers alike.
We’ve recently had several groups of ATV and UTV riders staying with us. This week it was a group from Kentucky, and we were able to arrange for them to visit some trails with a couple of local riders. This group happened to be quite
Look who’s back: Every year Keystone is visted by hoards of swallows who build their nests everywhere. They are actually fun to watch. Yes, the swallows have returned to Keystone although not everyone is happy about it. It seems that this year they are nesting
If parents of young children today ever saw the playgrounds that many baby boomers remember, two words might come to mind: “Death Trap”. Playgrounds in the 1950s were industrial. Play things looked like they were built in locomotive factories. Swings had solid oak seats hung