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In the late afternoon we still had some time so we decided to do the wildlife loop in Custer State Park. The deer and other closely related animals were like cockroaches in New York City! Seriously, they were coming out of the forest all around us so much so that we stopped even mentioning them to each other because folks looking out the other side were just as entertained (: Never seen so many.
We got stuck in a ...
... had broken), so I got it fixed, changed out a hose that was starting to crack, and headed out.
The next day we were on our way. Truck troubles aside, I really liked the Black Hills. I think I'd really like to go back sometime and do some hiking and exploring in the area. I felt like Molly and I started to make some decisions there. We're still working on them, but it felt good to take some time and start to make some plans for after the trip.
... Wind Cave Center and found that the remaining tours were strenuous so decided to just visit the museum. This was the 7th. National Park and the first cave to be classified as one. We then drove to the north part of the park and went up Mt. Coolidge (6200 ft.) What a 360 view. Then we took the Needles Highway scenic drive again. What a fantastic road. You have one lane tunnels, narrow passages and tall mountains ...
... heavy clouds and rain. While we were at Sylvan Lake, the Photo Gods were not in our favor and I only had about 30 seconds of sunshine on the lake and boulders.
Oh well, you can't win them all. From Sylvan Lake we traveled on and arrived at the Needles. This too is impressive and has to be seen to be believed. Parking was an issue here with tons of vehicles, RV's, Trucks and motorcycles all jockeying for a parking place. Not wanting to fight the ...
... point east of the Mississippi is). The terrain and the forest are very similar. I drove to one of the campgrounds in the park and posted up at my spot. It was pretty close to dark once I got there so I just hung out at camp. There was ************e else camping out that night...maybe because only a Florida boy is stupid enough to camp out in that cold...in a tent...The overnight low got down to 24 with a wind chill ...