A Dakota Dream Bed and Breakfast
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... you - at a Flinstones themed campground....Do children these days even know who the Flinstones are? They had the craziest facilities that we Flinstone theme and frankly quite intimidating...the bathrooms were like caves....finally settle and wound - we had some dinner and frankly a good cry....we will try again tomorrow to get to our campsite.
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We stopped off at a breakfast diner for a mammoth breakfast before continuing our journey. The promised extreme weather did show up but passed us by so we enjoyed another lovely day. First stop was Fort Laramie which was a major trading post and army settlement that helped shape Western America. It also gave rise to a popular cowboy TV series in the 50s and 60s! The next part of our ...
... quite late toward the Black Hills area of South Dakota. It rained as we were leaving but it didn't last long thank heavens. We saw antelope along the way and listen to tunes on our new speakers...much better in deed.
It was a pretty desolate drive. Not many people live in this part of the world. Along the way we stopped to see a historic site along the Oregon Trail. This is the best location along the trail where ...
... donned headlamps, helmets and coveralls and spent the better part of 2 hours stooping and crawling through a really cool cave, and a nice 13 miles on some single-track mountain bike trails. We were also re-introduced to campground life…ah the joys of listening to toddlers who by all accounts receive such little attention in life that they are forced to scream every single syllable that comes from their tiny lungs. And rowdy families that ...
... I spotted a big billboard advertising a chinese buffet. Reluctantly she accompanied me and we noshed on some not too bad chinese food. Afterward, we wandered down the street to buy an ice cream from a manatee, chatting to some of the locals and patting their dogs.
The storm clouds eventually let rip and a mighty bout of thundery lightning chased us back to the motel for the night.
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