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Thread: Tipperary Motel in Buffalo SD

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    Default Tipperary Motel in Buffalo SD

    Im going antelope hunting out there this Fall and am looking for a motel. Anyone know of this place with positive or negative feedback? Anything else nearby that you would recommend? Dont need a 5 diamond resort but dont want to get Ebola flesh eating disease either.
    Mike

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    Well, reviews online make the Tipperary look OK. And don't be concerned w/ Ebola. We don't have that here, although beware. Pheasant phever is quite contagious.
    (and I know I've shared this before, but here's a reminder of what those west river antelope look like)
    jackalope_in_the_wild_large.jpg
    "Most pheasants in South Dakota don't react too well to #5s." -The Hunt for Red Rooster

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    I drive thru Buffalo occasionally. It appears a bit dated, but clean. Looks like a mom n pop motel. I would be more concerned about what YOU may bring from Illinois , then what awaits you in Buffalo.

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    Nice little community, salt-of-the-earth people. Typically good antelope numbers in the area. Nothing to fear in Buffalo unless you shoot your mouth off to a cowboy in one of the watering holes. Or perhaps if said cowboy reads an internet post where you mention the possibility of contracting a disease from the local residents.

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    wow you guys take life too seriously.
    Out
    Mike

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    You think we're serious? Just wait til you show up in Buffalo. Those Harding County boys will likely be keeping an eye out for you, and they're a pretty salty bunch. Could turn out to be a very unforgettable trip for you.

    Never a sound strategy to insult your hosts prior to your arrival. Better to wait until afterwards, once you're across the state line, to do that.

    Just sayin'....

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    I travel to West River every year bird hunting and some of the nicest people you will ever meet live there!

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