Nemo Guest Ranch
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave 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 ...
... S-Ham & cheese omelette /J-Blueberry pancakes (not the best). Let's go to Mt. Rushmore. Took scenic road (Iron Mountain Road) a classic road with one way tunnels (honk horn before entering) two detours but no problem. Sally spotted the 4 heads of Rushmore from a great distance on this highway. Several pictures stops later we arrived at the huge Visitor Center (late 1990's). Much different than when I was here before. $11.00 to park (good for 7 days) ...
... Once we were all packed up we drove past Mount Rushmore to get one last glimpse. There were cones set up everywhere and park rangers were patrolling every entrance. In the midst of the chaos of tourists stopping to look at the monument we saw 2 mountain goats. Without a plan we decided to stop for breakfast in town. We met a few people and what should have been a 30min breakfast turned into an hour and half. A gentlemen by the name of Matt was ...
... on an Indian equivalent of Mount Rushmore, presumably to provide a political balance. The sculpture is of Crazy Horse sat on a horse and when finished it will make Mount Rushmore look puny ( the whole of Mount Rushmore is smaller than Crazy Horse's head). Although started nearly 70 years ago only the face and some basic shaping is done. It is unlikely to be finished in our lifetimes. I can't help but wonder why they didn't choose something easier. The original plan ...