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Keep those wagons rollin’

Doris Powers Lauing

“rollin, rollin, rollin… keep those wagons rollin,” to deadwood. the trail has been almost 17 days long. horses, mules, wagons and riders have traveled almost 200 miles. they have gone through fields and pastures and down roads and highways as they make their way toward their destination, deadwood sd. they have learned much about the historic fort pierre to deadwood trail including peno springs, the cheyenne river and the arrival of the railroad to the west. they have learned about the people who traveled the trail 100 years ago including mexican ed sanchez, the cheyenne sioux indian tribe and the calvary at fort meade. they were joined on aug. 15 by a wagon train coming from cheyenne, wy.

“rollin, rollin, rollin… keep those wagons rollin,” to deadwood. the trail has been almost 17 days long. horses, mules, wagons and riders have traveled almost 200 miles. they have gone through fields and pastures and down roads and highways as they make their way toward their destination, deadwood sd. they have learned much about the historic fort pierre to deadwood trail including peno springs, the cheyenne river and the arrival of the railroad to the west. they have learned about the people who traveled the trail 100 years ago including mexican ed sanchez, the cheyenne sioux indian tribe and the calvary at fort meade. they were joined on aug. 15 by a wagon train coming from cheyenne, wy.

“rollin, rollin, rollin… keep those wagons rollin,” to deadwood. the trail has been almost 17 days long. horses, mules, wagons and riders have traveled almost 200 miles. they have gone through fields and pastures and down roads and highways as they make their way toward their destination, deadwood sd. they have learned much about the historic fort pierre to deadwood trail including peno springs, the cheyenne river and the arrival of the railroad to the west. they have learned about the people who traveled the trail 100 years ago including mexican ed sanchez, the cheyenne sioux indian tribe and the calvary at fort meade. they were joined on aug. 15 by a wagon train coming from cheyenne, wy.

“rollin, rollin, rollin… keep those wagons rollin,” to deadwood. the trail has been almost 17 days long. horses, mules, wagons and riders have traveled almost 200 miles. they have gone through fields and pastures and down roads and highways as they make their way toward their destination, deadwood sd. they have learned much about the historic fort pierre to deadwood trail including peno springs, the cheyenne river and the arrival of the railroad to the west. they have learned about the people who traveled the trail 100 years ago including mexican ed sanchez, the cheyenne sioux indian tribe and the calvary at fort meade. they were joined on aug. 15 by a wagon train coming from cheyenne, wy.

“rollin, rollin, rollin… keep those wagons rollin,” to deadwood. the trail has been almost 17 days long. horses, mules, wagons and riders have traveled almost 200 miles. they have gone through fields and pastures and down roads and highways as they make their way toward their destination, deadwood sd. they have learned much about the historic fort pierre to deadwood trail including peno springs, the cheyenne river and the arrival of the railroad to the west. they have learned about the people who traveled the trail 100 years ago including mexican ed sanchez, the cheyenne sioux indian tribe and the calvary at fort meade. they were joined on aug. 15 by a wagon train coming from cheyenne, wy.

“rollin, rollin, rollin… keep those wagons rollin,” to deadwood. the trail has been almost 17 days long. horses, mules, wagons and riders have traveled almost 200 miles. they have gone through fields and pastures and down roads and highways as they make their way toward their destination, deadwood sd. they have learned much about the historic fort pierre to deadwood trail including peno springs, the cheyenne river and the arrival of the railroad to the west. they have learned about the people who traveled the trail 100 years ago including mexican ed sanchez, the cheyenne sioux indian tribe and the calvary at fort meade. they were joined on aug. 15 by a wagon train coming from cheyenne, wy.

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