Nemo Guest Ranch
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- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Up early with a view to getting off at 7am. Seemed everybody else had the same idea and breakfast didnt arrive until 7am so off a bit later than expected. I was also somewhat delayed talking to a lovely Sioux Fall police women - offered to take her as a pillion but unfortunately she was on duty but got a photo with her.
Another big mileage day - 480 miles but my word some spectacular scenery and empty roads. South Dakota speed limit was ...
... Park where we meander the 35 miles of the Wildlife Loop. The advertised "herds" of buffalo are nowhere to be seen! Some "not-so-wild-burros", a few pronghorn antelope & wild turkeys. We leave the park somewhat disappointed, but still "high" from our helo ride. A double-check of the map shows the Wildlife Loop has a second section just around the corner & what do you know, buffalo by the ...
... Lake Lodge and Blue Bell Lodge. Entered the Wildlife Loop Road and drove around Custer St. Park. Saw buffalo, burros and one pronghorn. Visited two visitor centers- Wildlife & Peter Norbeck. Also stopped at the Coolidge General Store where we bought two T shirts. Back to the lodge for showers and rest before dinner at Sylvan Lake Lodge. The drive to Sylvan Lake is another twisty road (Needles Highway) so named due to the tall spires of rock you ...
... and walls. Well that's the science lesson for today. Very interesting.
For our last stop of the day, we went to Mammoth Site in Hot Springs. This is a huge deposit of bones and skeletons from over 60 Mammoths that have been found, so far. It is surmised that there was a cave in this area much like the Wind Cave. However, the land over this cave collapsed in on itself forming a big sinkhole. Over time, ...
... We were all pretty tired from walking and driving and not getting much sleep so decided to head back to the campground after a great day.
We stopped at the grocery store on the way home to get food for the next couple of days at the campground and on the road. We started a fire, cooked some hobo packs and toasted the biggest marshmallows that we had ever seen. We decided to get to sleep a bit earlier than we had as ...