Willow Springs Cabins Bed and Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWillow Springs Cabins Bed and Breakfast Rapid City
Fabulous little cabin in the woods that lives up to its description. Secluded and quiet. Got a wonderfully warm welcome from Joyce who didn't bat an eyelid when she found out I was gluten-intolerant and whipped up the most amazing gluten-free breakfasts. Would LOVE to come back, but stay longer next time.
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... store. Or maybe you are in need of leather boots, some fudge, and a beer....yes, they have all that for you no problem. Even arcade games for the kids and a giant dinosaur that comes alive. I decided to get an ice cream cone and yes, of course, free ice water. John took advantage of the $.05 coffee. After our Wall Drug experience we got back on the highway heading west towards Rapid City. When we arrived in Rapid City, we made a ...
The Procters came for a visit today - Murray's brother, Don and Marlene and son Carl, BJ and grandson Alex. Later around 4:00 pm Kirk, Julie, Emma and friend Brianna arrived and stayed through to Sunday. Kyle had to leave to work tomorrow and Dee arrived earlier to stay until Thursday ...
... came from. Was there a TV from where I came from? Do they play football? I was amused.
They opened the TV and the rodeo was on. They explained to me the events being played out. I found out about steer wrestling. Pretty impressive: the cowboys wrestle those huge bulls to the ground!
The little kid was in his full cowboy gear of boots, cowboy hats, plaid shirt, special belt buckle, chaps and spurs. Joe explained to me what they were for. ...
... valleys right next to our campsite. We took off one evening, vowing to find them, but all we found was a meadow with 19 elk, mainly bull elk. They were far below us and the sunlight was fading. Once again, no photos. There was wildlife everywhere – just check out the photos.
The day we drove out to see Mt Rushmore, we thought we’d check it out early and head back for some writing. Maybe we’d get a hike in later. This was ...
... of sunlight; Alice had nothing on me, it was my wonderland. I'd put my hand up before my face, spread my fingers and wave my hand. Between fingers, leaves and sun came a kaleidoscopic view that sent me to down the rabbit hole for hours on end. That's the wonder of a child; something simple, yet powerfully magical. I lost that wonderment, but that magic touch is clawing its way back to me; the farther we travel, the further from time I'm removed.
June 3, ...