Okay, I have plotted the above on AOPA Flight Planner and get the following:
IND to AMW gene 360 nm 4:10 (based on my c182 airspeed)
AMW to PIR xcflyr 325 nm 3:59
PIR to BIL brandi 360 nm 3:36
BIL to S27 jerry 284 nm 2:51 (routing through 23S)
Is this right? Flight times obviously reflect current wind conditions. These are long flights, especially considering everyone is making a round trip of some sorts. I can do my part in one day if I depart Lincoln (S69) at daylight, fly to BIL to pick up Jasper, then fly BIL - S69 - 23S - S27 to deliver the dog, then S27 - 23S - S69 to return home. This will take most of the daylight hours. Unless Brandi is planning on being in Pierre at daybreak to leave with the dog for BIL, there is no way we can get from PIR to S27 in one day. I'm not sure of the first two leg round trips, but this is obviously a two day effort if not three or even four. As I said, I can overnight Jasper at Lincoln (S69) which means I could return from BIL at a later time of the day.
What can the rest of you add to this?
Lincoln Airport (S69)
Lincoln, MT 59639