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KOA is Ok for some, but not for me

We woke up early and went fishing for trout with guide Kelly. It was amazing. We got back late and headed east toward our goal of getting to Custer State Park. We didn’t arrive to our intended area of Wyoming until 6:30. Unfortunately , when you try and find a campground late on a Friday night, it’s tough. We had just driven over the BigHorn mountains (a cattle drive slowed us down) stopping in every campground with each and every one being filled To capacity . That left one option, the dreaded KOA. We pulled in just in time to get one of the last spots. It was situated between a 15 foot trailer and a (in all seriousnes) 60 foot two story monster with a Jeep in tow. It looked like a van the Rolling Stones would use on tour. good news it was quiet after the 10:00. Next morning we woke up early to head to Custer State Park.


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