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Great roads

A travel blog entry by bartlind on Aug 30, 2013

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Ridng out of Deadwood after a good breakfast we headed to Mt Rushmore and the quickest visit on record about one minute for a pic. Uninspired by the paraphernalia associated with it. but it was on to the Iron Mountain Hwy great fun , got to the top went down and back up again, the wing interesting on the 360 bends at 15mph. with tunnels that were …

Great Times in the Black Hills

A travel blog entry by griesenj


On Monday, we headed from Custer, SD to Hill City. I hadn't been in Hill City in about 20 years and couldn't believe the transformation. It is all grown up! We walked the Main Street, visited a couple of shops and enjoyed the warm sunshine. We continued north on Highway 385 and decided to take the road to Deerfield Lake. Deerfield lake is deeper into the Black Hills and over the years many improvements have been made to the road leading there. And, ...

Museums, Caves, Buffalo & Rock Presidents

A travel blog entry by pilgrim143


... length of his arm - doubt this will be finished in our life time!! A laser and light show was on later in the evening but we had to fill up with a Pizza first. The show was set to music - The Big Country and some other american patriotic tunes...! Drove to Deadwood in the dark and ended up in the hotel bar drinking a Fat Tyre (beer) and watching Calamity Jane on Tommy's phone.

Mount Rushmore National Memorial

A travel blog entry by socks


... Civil War).

Carving dates were from 1927 to 1941. There were 400 workers and cost was $989,992. Dynamite was the main tool; rock is Harney Peak Granite. Memorial named for Charles Rushmore. Democracy is the meaning of Mount Rushmore.

We travelled the famous 20 mile "Iron Mountain Road" to Mount Rushmore. There were 3 low tunnels with the last tunnel having a view of Mount Rushmore in the background. The road also had 3 pig-tail (corkscrew) turns with ...


A travel blog entry by beadledove


... poisoned their favorite food, the pesky prairie dogs, eating poisoned meat isn‘t good for you apparently.

We drove up to Rapid City and decided to enter the Black Hills through Custer State Park. We headed down Route 16 to Keystone and lucked out when there was a campsite right in the park. At the Visitor Center, Barb asked where the best spot was to view their famous buffalo herd. In the corrals! They had just held their annual buffalo round up ...

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This B&B, located on 321 North River St., Hot Springs, is near Mammoth Site of Hot Springs, Evans Plunge, George S. Mickelson State Trail, and Red Rock River Resort.
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