Travel Blogs from Interior, United States

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PPP (People Taking Pictures of Pictures), Interior, United States travel blog

PPP (People Taking Pictures of Pictures)

A travel blog entry by max1998

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Today was a big day. In the morning,we took a look at some of the places that Laura Ingalls Wilder wrote about. I liked the house that Pa built the best. It was in really good condition considering it was 125 years old. Then we drove to Mitchell SD to ...

Day 2 Cheyenne to Badlands via Wounded Knee, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 2 Cheyenne to Badlands via Wounded Knee

A travel blog entry by mpanchley73

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Sleeping in this bad boy is like being on a cruise. It rocks back and forth.. The wind, I guess. When I first went in to go to bed, I thought the kids were wrestling, but I guess not. I slept quite good though. I think we will be so tired we will sleep ...

Driving Day, Interior, United States travel blog

Driving Day

A travel blog entry by clarnerd

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... it to the Badlands. It was so cool at night because it looked like we were on Mars or something! We found a campsite in Interior which was a nice type of ranch and most importantly had warm showers :] We wish we could've stayed longer because ...

A Stay in the Badlands, Badlands, United States travel blog

A Stay in the Badlands

A travel blog entry by miss.chris

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The Badlands are an interesting place; it reminds me of the Grand Canyon in a way. The northern part appears to have larger, taller buttes while the southern side has mostly small buttes. Stripes of orange run across the middle of the buttes. We arrived ...

Day 3 - Whew! What a day . . ., Interior, United States travel blog

Day 3 - Whew! What a day . . .

A travel blog entry by wendiandhugh

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Today we crossed the great state of Minnesota. There was more corn to see today but this became less and less as we headed west. One thing that did strike us was the constant strong wind and this was taken advantage of by the erecting of many wind ...

Badlands, Interior, United States travel blog

Badlands

A travel blog entry by clarnerd

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The Badlands were awesome! Every direction you looked there was an amazing view and it seemed like it just kept on going. When we got into Badlands National Park, we got out and climbed some of the cliffs. From far away they look like solid rock but ...

Day 5 - Hey, this aint so bad, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 5 - Hey, this aint so bad

A travel blog entry by wendiandhugh

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Since we had no car it was decided today would be a mental health day and we would do absolutely nothing. So, that's what we did. We sat in and around the pool, I worked on my sunburn (Wendi told to goop up my upper body but I thought that the shade ...

Day 4 - Hey Wendi, I hope you like the Badlands, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 4 - Hey Wendi, I hope you like the Badlands

A travel blog entry by wendiandhugh

As planned we are here in the Badlands for our second day. As not planned - the fuel pump in the van has packed up. It happened just as Wendi was pulling out of the information centre parking lot. We were ascending a small hill on the way to the ...

Badlands National Park, Interior, United States travel blog

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by tambrogdon

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... made with fried indian bread and buffalo meat - yum!  Other than the park there really is NOTHING here. The "town" of Interior consists of one gas station, 2 bars and an Indian owned small grocery/liquor store.. It is peaceful for ...

Badlands National Park, Interior, United States travel blog

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by toroamarillo

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Before entering the park we hat a short stop at the Minuteman Missle National Historic Site. These facility used to controll 150 minuteman missles, that protected the US from the bad Soviet Uninon. Flying over the northpole these missles could reach ...

A good evening at Badlands, Badlands National Park, United States travel blog

A good evening at Badlands

A travel blog entry by sueonthego

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Today brought a little bit of clouds and rain, but overall it was a good driving day. I logged about 660 miles (almost all interstate).  I set up my tent, and drove to the Cedar Pass Lodge to find WiFi.  Right now, it's 6:15pm ...

Sturgis, etc., Interior, United States travel blog

Sturgis, etc.

A travel blog entry by bocalee

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I stayed 2 nights in a campground outside of Badlands Nat'l Park.  The ride here was my first departure from I 80.  Rode north through the Sandhills, which was beautiful - rolling hills of grassland, like a huge seascape.  I'll upload pics ...

Bad Lands, Interior, United States travel blog

Bad Lands

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

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... way we were please we went. Onward to the badlands,we set up camp at a very nice campground in the small town of Interior, there is a national park campground nearby, which looked real nice, but we wanted internet to plan our next few days. I will let ...

Wow the Badlands are amazing!, Interior, United States travel blog

Wow the Badlands are amazing!

A travel blog entry by lettinggo

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Spent the day in Badlands National Park. Lots of motorcycles for Sturgis rally. Beautiful ...

Mt. Rushmore on the 4th, Interior, United States travel blog

Mt. Rushmore on the 4th

A travel blog entry by rebeccapcohen

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... the monument at 1:00p.m., finally heading East toward home (in 8 days!) and toward our destination for the evening, Interior, South Dakota, via Badlands National Park. Badlands National Park was about another two hours from Mt. Rushmore. Originally, I ...

Day 6 The Van Gets Fixed, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 6 The Van Gets Fixed

A travel blog entry by wendiandhugh

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Happy Days!! I phoned the shop in Wall and they had a fuel pump in for us. Now came the scary part. We had to drive the van with a dodgey fuel pump with a history of stalling on inclines 30 to the shop. No big deal but the road to the smooth and level ...

Badlands National Park, Interior, United States travel blog

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by kyleobrien

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We didn't think we would be to Badlands National Park (BNP) at this point, but the 80 mph speed limits really get you far in one day.    South Dakota, much like Minnesota, is mostly a field.  You drive and drive and drive, and then BLAM, ...

So good to finally make it to the Badlands, Interior, United States travel blog

So good to finally make it to the Badlands

A travel blog entry by lancersen

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... wasn't any protection from it, and the sun woke me up good and early.  I packed up and headed towards the town of Interior, which I thought was real far away but turns out it was only 15 miles, pleasant surprise.  It was simply amazing to slowly ...

Day 2 in South Dakota - Badlands Day 1, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 2 in South Dakota - Badlands Day 1

A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr

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We started our drive today west towards the Badlands, but had a few stops along the way. This part of our trip is extra special cause it's a region that is special to John's dad and Andrea. We got lots of tips from them and can't wait to explore! The ...

Day 3 in South Dakota - Badlands Day 2, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 3 in South Dakota - Badlands Day 2

A travel blog entry by lifeofmohr

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After we got up and organized, we left camp to drive 4 miles up the road to enter into the Badlands National Park. It was great to finally use the annual national park access pass we bought! We stopped in the visitor center to get some information about ...

Doomsday at the Push of a Button???, Cactus Flat, United States travel blog

Doomsday at the Push of a Button???

A travel blog entry by boyers

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... enough we found out that only half of the missiles have been deactivated over the years. There are still 450 active missile sites in the states in region we are in. Kind of makes you think. This was a busy day as you will see by the rest of the entries ...

Day 6:  Mitchell, SD to Interior, SD, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 6: Mitchell, SD to Interior, SD

A travel blog entry by colbit

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Had a rough night last night - a thunder, lightening storm with no rain, but Sara was beside herself and shaking due to fear of the thunder which was even worse in the RV. So that meant we didn't sleep either since she was up, down, and pacing until ...

Land of Enormous Sandcastles, Interior, United States travel blog

Land of Enormous Sandcastles

A travel blog entry by dft

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Before breakfast this a.m., we packed up the car and cleaned off all the bugs that we accumulated yesterday. My idea to purchase an empty sprayer, bug remover and some cleaning pads worked out surprisingly well. Bug-wise, the car was just as dirty as it ...

Day 4: A change in scenery, Interior, United States travel blog

Day 4: A change in scenery

A travel blog entry by melvd

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... that they change every year with new oats, rice, grain rye etc. once we'd seen that, we made our way through to Interior were we spent the night. Interior is in the South Dakota Badlands, which consist of many rocklike outcrops and look awesome! Such a ...

The Badlands: Worth the Trip!, Interior, United States travel blog

The Badlands: Worth the Trip!

A travel blog entry by tullyonelap

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Crossed South Dakota and a few touristy stops and a few hours later, we ended in the Badlands. Incredible! I just didn't really know what to expect and I wasn't even sure I would think it was good or cool or whatever, but it's just breathtaking. After ...

Badlands SD, Interior, United States travel blog

Badlands SD

A travel blog entry by schwagma

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Stop at a gas station and what do I see? A duke cap! That couple from North Carolina also travels around America - ...

Day Seventeen, Interior, United States travel blog

Day Seventeen

A travel blog entry by djcarson

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Up early in our Kozy Kabin Coffee at 7 On to the spectacular Needles Highway Our first stop is at beautiful Sylvan Lake where we took a hike around the lake Now to the needles on the highway Iron Mountain road and its pigtail turns! Get sandwiches at ...

Bad Lands, Interior, United States travel blog

Bad Lands

A travel blog entry by lexierwin

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We traveled about 75 miles from Mount Rushmore to the Bad Lands. We got out and took a close look. It looks like just compacted dirt. How it has stayed together and not completely eroded is a ...

Day One - Driving to the Badlands, Interior, United States travel blog

Day One - Driving to the Badlands

A travel blog entry by jenniferkovach

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Day one was mostly spent driving.  Headed out at 6:30 am CDT and arrived at Badlands National Park around 7:30 pm MDT (we gained and hour).  We stopped for a quick lunch at Arby's, which was surprisingly not too bad.  Dinner was at a place ...

Badlands National Park, Interior SD, United States travel blog

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by suega46

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    On our drive to the Badlands we stopped at Wall SD.  Now Wall  was a little hole in the wall town.  In December 1931  Dorothy and Ted Hustead bought the only drugstore in this little town.   They ...

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