The above names are members of ‘your’ team. Add the names that get on the board below you.
If anyone on your team misses a meeting call them the next day and tell them where the next meeting will be.
This is 100% team effort. There is no ‘drag'.
All money is between the players with no ‘rake off', so it is up to the players to excite other members and bring in new players.
In 1959 when Alaska and Hawaii were admitted into statehood,
the geographic center of the United States moved from a point near the town of Lebanon, Kansas
to a location roughly 20 mi. north of Belle Fourche, SD.
In 1743, Louis Verendrye and his brother planted a lead plate on this hillside overlooking Fort Pierre, SD
claiming the land for Louis XV, King of France.
The plate was un-earthed accidentally in 1913 by school children.
This is a partial list of mammals found in North America.
in the early 1950’s just to the right of this playground in the side of the hill, where it was cut away to build the railroad, my uncle Tom found some Native American artifacts.
He donated them to State Historical Society Museum.
50 years later he went the the gift shop of the museum to discover that they had created mugs for sale with patterns from the shards of pottery he found.
I found this rock on the banks of the Missouri river when I was around 8 years old.
It is almost perfectly round and weighs differently than it should.
After I found it, someone told me that it was an artifact from a Native American tool, probably the head of a hammer.
When I went to college I took it to a Professor in the Anthropology department who told me that it was not a tool
and that it was most likely formed naturally.
I then consulted a Professor in the Earth Science department who confirmed that it was naturally formed,
and may possibly have a crystal inside.
I have never attempted to break it open.
This is a box of my father’s Playboy magazines from the 1980’s that he kept in the garage for 30 years…