Sundance Mt. HideAway
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... is free (somewhat).
On way back to hotel we stopped to see the wildlife. Rabitt, minature horse and a few doggies.
Another great day and easy travels. 325 miles in 5.5 hours riding time.
... me feel cheerier knowing there was someone out there (right across the street actually), that was possibly just a bit below us on the scale of not-so-smart people. Tank full of gas yet still sans lunch, we were out of Billings before we knew it and slightly moodier for having been (or perhaps that was just me). Luckily the car was full of snacks and we were able to keep going without food for the rest of the day, thoughts of a tasty ...
... before you travel on back. As we head back towards Rapid City, the next stop was Deadwood in the Black Hills. A short distance from Rapid City. The town is small but charming. You can park in the parking garage for about $2 an hour. We walked up and down Main Street. You can stop in the bar where Wild Bill was shot. If you want to see the actual spot there's a small fee. You can take pictures and have a beer if ...
... onto the summit of Devils Tower. He hadn’t really given a lot of thought to the stunt and once he landed he couldn’t get down. He was stranded there for six days before a team of expert climbers could get up to the top and bring him down.
Devils Tower is in a National Park, as you enter and drive along the road the first thing you encounter is the Prairie Dog Town. These cute little critters are extremely social ...
... being advertised on the internet.
The restaurant, Cindy B’s, has been there a while- over 100 years and is well known for good food. The special today was cheeseburger soup and ½ a grilled cheese sandwich, which I ordered, along with a Chokecherry Iced Tea. You do not want to eat Chokecherries raw- they are called that for a very good reason, but the syrup is very good in iced tea or lemonade and it makes a passably good wine if you like your wine ...