. . . More of Tuesday 10/2/18 to Rapid City, SD, and geocaching along the way. My expectation of the section ahead was that it would be pretty baren so to break up the drive I would stop for some caches. It ended up being more pleasant than I thought it would be. It's fun going for caches in areas that I'm not familiar with since they take me to places I otherwise wouldn't think about going. I find some good motorcycle roads. Sometimes I even learn things. Found a geocache. The little notebook is my notes about the caches. I usually leave some sort of a ladybug when I find a cache. I found a friend. Sometimes I take photos of my GPS so I have an idea where I am when going through my pictures later. I'm headed to the old car. Lots of open area. Something was here once. I had to see what was in the hole. Yuck! Headed back to the van. Sometimes I'm surprised where I find flowers. There are often nice things to see when you look around. While I was no longer in the Badlands Nat'l Park the road ran along the edge of the park. Even here they want motorcyclists. Found some construction A geocache brought me to this church Peaking through the window. I didn't find the cache and moved on. From rugged to lush. I arrived at Spokane Creek. A geocache took me to the ghost town Spokane, SD. I'll be back in a bit to share the pics. More of Tuesday 10/2/18 to Rapid City, SD, to come . . .