The Badger Hole
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member MNSearchers
N 43° 45.364 W 103° 27.307
13T E 624366 N 4845940
Quick Description: Badger Clark was one of the first and best cowboy poets, and his work is still popular many years after his death.
Location: South Dakota, United States
Date Posted: 8/4/2006 10:17:27 PM
Waymark Code: WMK5D
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member MNSearchers
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Long Description:
Home of Charles Badger Clark (1863-1957). Poet-Laureate, Author, Lecturer and one of South Dakota's best known and beloved citizens. For approximately thirty years Badger lived alone and write in the cabin built with his own hands. Thousands of friends, particularly school children, beat a path to "The Badger Hole" to meet and visit with this friendly and understanding man. His poems reflect his love for the West, especially for the majesty and beauty of the Black Hills. "Sun and Saddle Leather" and "Sky Lines and Wood Smoke" are his best-known volumes. "The Cowboy's Prayer," used in many school books and reprinted often in magazines, probably is his most popular poem. "The Cowboy's Lullaby" was set to music and used in motion pictures. He rated "The Job" his best. Our Badger is gone but his works and good deeds live on.
Marker Name: The Badger Hole

Marker Type: Roadside

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