Nemo Guest Ranch
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this morning, and chipmunks at Rushmore.
The blog has been challenging here as there is virtually no wifi in the camp even with our own hot spot. So we go to a restaurant and have lunch and do our upload of what I wrote the night before and our photos. Oh just so you know you get the cream of the crop of our pictures. Yesterday for example Peg took over 150 shots that we saved – not counting the ones too blurry shooting out of a moving ...
The last two days were cruisy. Yesterday was almost a write-off because of the rain and clouds throughout the day. It brightened up right in time for the evening's Summer Nights festival.
Journey Museum. Nowhere better to spend a rainy day than indoors in the Journey Museum. I did not have enough time to go through the journey of pre-historic and historical information. I spent most of the time watching the video showing in the theatre: Lakota Star ...
First day here in the Black Hills and already experienced so much novelty! From an underground waterfalls, rodeo stampede with cowboys bucking horses and wrestling bulls, arts, crafts and sculpture to four-wheeler adventure through muddy rough roads up the hills!
The mist rose from the dews of the morning. Veils of vapor lifted themselves to reveal the rolling hills, the stream that snakes through the HOM (Home On the Mountains) Camp ...
... which Murray barbecued some delicious pork chops. We decided to walk over to the pool pavilion to hear some musical entertainment. There was a brief stop at the Friday night campfire and toasting marshmallows to make s'mores. We arrived a little late for the show but did enjoy the musical talents of Dan and Julie Aughenbaugh, We ended the evening with some strawberries and ...
... signs pointing to a wild horse sanctuary and the Mammoth Site. So we went to the latter which was very interesting. It was discovered in 1974 during a construction dig. Apparently the mammoth fossils are about 12,000 years old. It originally was a huge sink hole that filled up with water. Over the years some of these mammoths met their fate when they slipped down ...