Discussion in 'Midwest' started by BlackHillsBob, Apr 22, 2019.
any one else here from the black hills of s.dak?
We are in the process of moving to the western edge of the Black Hills in Wyoming, does that count?
sure does count. lots of antelope their. you will wake up one morning with 50 of them in your drive way.
Can see the South Dakota hills from time to time, the Wyoming Blackhills are in my west pasture.
you live in a good part of the country.
Sounds like we might be neighbors!
I'm about 15 miles south west of Rawhide Butte
it nice to wake up every morning and see what you see.
Its just nice to wake up in the morning.
Couple hours south of us. We looked at property near there also, but it didn't work out.
Hello Black Hills Bob...I live at the foot of the Black Hills in Rapid City. I have been a member for a while but just don't get on the site much. Hope to get out some this summer....I have one of those 730am to 5ish pm jobs so I don't get to shoot as much as I would like to.
Prettiest country I've ever seen
I live South of Sundance in the Black Buttes, in the Wyoming part of the Black Hills.
I will be moving to Newcastle, Wyoming, next month.
That's pretty cool, Newcastle is about an hour South of us.
Keep this up we might be able to have some Black Hills muzzleloaders.
We hold a play day in the spring for our friends in Colorado (currently living in CO). We plan to hold it at our new place next spring if you are interested in coming, we would be glad to have you.
Not from the Black Hills, but we visited there in the mid 1960's when I was a kid and again in 1988 on the way out to Camp Pendleton, CA. Great Country and both times most of the people were truly good people.
I grew up in Nebraska, but spent time in the Black Hills as a kid. I even spent one summer when in college in Chadron, working for the forest service in the black hills. It's a beautiful area and I would love to spend more time there doing some muzzleloading hunting and just enjoying the beautiful forests.
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