Triangle Ranch Bed & Breakfast
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... the outside was disassembled for new construction but, it was still a very unique site to see.
We also made a stop in Wall, SD before arriving at our campground. During the 200 plus mile drive through South Dakota we saw signs for Wall Drug the whole way. There was one about every 2 miles. They advertised everything you could think of, which included pie, cowboy hats, jewelry, T-Rex,free water, 5 cent coffee..... you name it they put it on a sign. It ...
... and got out an electric lantern. More weather was coming, though not as intense, so I sat up for a while. The light show was still illuminating the heavens, but I had seen enough. Lacey and I climbed into bed, hoping not to hear the sirens again or hail pounding the roof, and went to sleep.
The rest of the storm must have passed us by, and the morning dawned bright and clear. It had been a night to remember, all right, and another story to ...
... is in walking distance, so we checked it out for a little while, went to the hotel and checked in, and then walked back.
Downtown Wall, SD is basically one long strip of tourist shops on both sides of the street with a Post Office and a Harley dealer thrown in for good measure. At one end of this strip, and encompassing about half of the length of that side, stands Wall Drug. It is a drug store, souvenir shop, art ...
... Authorized as Badlands National Monument on March 4, 1929, it was not established until January 25, 1939. It was re-designated a national park on November 10, 1978.
Under the Mission 66 plan, the Ben Reifel Visitor Center was constructed for the monument in 1957–58. The park also administers the nearby Minuteman Missile National Historic ...
... was really fun, as we visited their sports club and played with their 3 kids. We also visited an orchard, completed a corn maze and had a huge turkey feast for Canadian Thanksgiving. It also seems that the American Thanksgiving is in November while Canada's is in October.
We are going to stay one night in the campground I am blogging from now before heading off to the Black Hills and Mount Rushmore. Sorry again about the delay!