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It's fun to see Wall Drug signs reappearing along the highway. Several years ago, they started looking pretty ratty and then gradually disappeared. I saw a new sign on the road to Casper, WY yesterday. The Wall Drug signs are an icon.


Yes! I am enjoying it. :) Can't wait 'til you get to Yellowstone and Idaho!


It's so pretty! I hope to visit there someday!


Wall Drug is just a hoot! We need to go back through there so the girls can see it. And the Badlands are gorgeous. They seem like they were just plopped out in the middle of no where.


i remember those dreadful wall drug signs from 35 yrs ago. :) lovely area, though!


Beautiful landscape.

EG CameraGirl

The Badlands look pretty good to me. :)

Ida P. Krause

I've never been to either place, although my hubby has. To me some places are worth stopping at more then once. I enjoyed your photos as you passed through.

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