Travel Blogs from Wall, United States

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Wall, SD, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall, SD

A travel blog entry by bouscal

Strolled through the famous Wall Drug.  Jimmie bought a ...

Blog Entry #8, Wall, United States travel blog

Blog Entry #8

A travel blog entry by hansonmartens

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... the next couple days we blew through Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and New York staying one night in each of those states before crossing the border back into Canada and camping near Niagara Falls. That evening we were amazed by the lit ...

Welcome to Wall, SD, Wall, United States travel blog

Welcome to Wall, SD

A travel blog entry by dabrander

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... a jackrabbit, bison herds, mule deer, and prairie dogs.  We'll let the pictures show you what we saw. About 355 miles from Wall, we started seeing signs for Wall Drug.  It's a drug store / gift shop / restaurant in a very small town, ...

Wall Drugs and the Badlands, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall Drugs and the Badlands

A travel blog entry by rvcraigers

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... saw mountain goats and prairie dogs popping out of their holes.  The landscape changed so quickly from prairies to a place that looks like the moon.  Wall Drugs was quite a place. We had dinner at the Cafe and wandered through all the stores. ...

Wall Drug, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall Drug

A travel blog entry by ramblinraasch

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     We actually headed east to Wall Drug rather than west to Little Bighorn. Apparently, these "Hearty Minnesotans" heard snow was in the forecast and wanted to head for cover.       After a slight delay ...

Badlands, Wall, United States travel blog

Badlands

A travel blog entry by hgtrip

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... , the kids swam (water slide!), and we caught up on some laundry. Then we drove east on I-90 and stopped at the famous Wall Drug, tourist trap of craziness - we got donuts and fled. The next and final national park stop was at Badlands National Park. For ...

Wall Drug, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall Drug

A travel blog entry by clarnerd

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We left the Badlands and drove for a little while until we came to a city called Wall. Apparently there was a store called Wall Drug way back and they offered free ice water to people traveling to California on carraiges so they would come inside to ...

Wall Drug, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall Drug

A travel blog entry by porterfamily

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We stopped at the famous Wall drug on the way to the Badlands and again on the way back to have something to eat.  It is definitely an interesting place - that it all I can say ;)  (Sophie) Well it is a place you have to stop once but that is ...

Wall Drug, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall Drug

A travel blog entry by benandjayme

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The one and only...advertised for MILES, that they offer "free ice".  We stopped, thinking that we would pick up some lunch there, we were starving after our jaunt through the Badlands.  It was CRAZY busy there, so we compromised and got some ...

Badlands National Park, Wall, United States travel blog

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by porterfamily

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Since the Badlands were on our list of 'Must sees' we drove over to the Badlands and found out they definitely live up to their name.  At 102 degrees today it was not inviting to walk around the badlands any more than we had too! We entered at ...

Across South Dakota, Wall, United States travel blog

Across South Dakota

A travel blog entry by tchester

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... the four hour trip to Mount Rushmore to see the laser light show. But on the way we decided to stop at the infamous Wall Drug Store. There were literally 200 signs for the place across the state of South Dakota. We crossed almost the entire state on its ...

Day 34, Wall, United States travel blog

Day 34

A travel blog entry by dlmitchell71

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2010 U.S. Road Trip – Day 34 - 7/22/2010 – Wall, SD Heading for Mount Rushmore today. But before going to Mount Rushmore I'll need to get another oil change. There is a Toyota dealership in Rapid City, SD so I'll just go by there and get an ...

The Big Bad Badlands and Mount Rushmore!, Wall, United States travel blog

The Big Bad Badlands and Mount Rushmore!

A travel blog entry by cascaderoadtrip

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... but just imagine a vast amount of steep, sandy, triangular hills so pretty cool really. The next day after staying in Wall, the destination was Mount Rushmore and of course some more driving west! We headed into the Black Hills to arrive just in time ...

Day Two Twelve, Wall, United States travel blog

Day Two Twelve

A travel blog entry by happywayfarer

Spent an hour at Mt. Rushmore. Very dissapointing! World famous Wall Drug was ...

Badlands and to Chicago, Wall, United States travel blog

Badlands and to Chicago

A travel blog entry by gra8ful

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... waters running through the town in a stream.  We are off to Badlands National Park but first a must stop at good ole' Wall Drug.  Who could possibly pass this place up??  All the signs on the way there are oh so very entertaining.  ...

True American Kitsch, Wall, United States travel blog

True American Kitsch

A travel blog entry by rgreenwell630

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Enjoy the Photos.  Entry ...

To the window, to the WALL, SOUTH DAKOTA, Wall, United States travel blog

To the window, to the WALL, SOUTH DAKOTA

A travel blog entry by tchester

... the Corn Palace which was a disappointment because they were reconstructing the façade. After that, we drove about four hours to Wall, South Dakota, where I bought a pretty, handmade, silver bracelet. Then we ate dinner at Badlands Bar. On the way back ...

Evans Plunge and Wall Drug, Wall, United States travel blog

Evans Plunge and Wall Drug

A travel blog entry by psubrat93

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... famous Wall Drug.  We headed into downtown and had dinner at a local place called The Cactus Cafe.  Then we went over to Wall Drug.  We sampled the famous free ice water.  It wasn't too cold and it was also kind of salty.  We saw ...

Badlands, Wall, United States travel blog

Badlands

A travel blog entry by dwise

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Perkins for breakfast (we made fun of Carole for getting the Senior Special) and then Badlands NP. Badlands was amazing and we must have stopped at every vista point possible.  We started near Prairie Dog Land and stopped to check out the Bighorn ...

Day 14.  Wall, South Dakota, Wall, United States travel blog

Day 14. Wall, South Dakota

A travel blog entry by chopur

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7 degrees this morning at 7:30 after our Cracker Barrel breakfast. What's with all the grits. No thank you Alice I don't want any. The forecast was calling for a 30% chance of rain. The further east we travelled the darker the skies got. I was planning ...

Day 13 - 249 miles and in Sturgis, SD, Wall, United States travel blog

Day 13 - 249 miles and in Sturgis, SD

A travel blog entry by ridewithjoe

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... to what we've already rode. Riding in the daylight, I was able to truly see and appreciate South Dakota. It's one of those states that you know is there but don't really hear much about, unlike New York or California. The sky seems  so much bigger ...

A Glass of Water Please!, Wall, United States travel blog

A Glass of Water Please!

A travel blog entry by boyers

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... have been partly cloudy skies, although hot and humid. Any rain up until today had been at night. Tomorrow is a full day with the MinuteMan Missile tour and then on to Keystone. Peg's Additions: Wall Drug is just as I remembered it 25 years ago!  ...

Wall, South Dakota, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall, South Dakota

A travel blog entry by eagle46

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... when we traveled to Yellowstone.  It was just a drug store with a water cooler.  Now it is a huge tourist trap.  Wall Drug covers a full "city block" and across the street are more gift store.  What used to be the main highway is now ...

The Badlands, Wall, United States travel blog

The Badlands

A travel blog entry by suzannecompton

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... Drugs for donuts, a milkshake, cherry pie and 5 cent coffee(and it came with free refills).  They were all delicious! From Wall, off to the Badlands National Park (http://www.nps.gov/badl/index.htm) and what an experience this was.  The ...

Badlands National Park                  Day #3, Wall, United States travel blog

Badlands National Park Day #3

A travel blog entry by jwday3

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... didn't think the park deserved the name Badlands. It was quite scenic and green.  As we left the park, we saw signs for Wall Drug. It is a Webb's City type store in the middle of nowhere. A lot of everything! Sal wasn't impressed but I did have a ...

Badlands National Park, Wall, Stany Zjednoczone travel blog

Badlands National Park

A travel blog entry by alaska007

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Nie spiesząc się zbytnio opusciliśmy Deadwood kierując się zdecydowanie na Wschód. Zanim ostatecznie opuścimy Południową Dakotę, chcemy zobaczyć jeszcze jeden park narodowy - Badlands. Do parku ...

From Fargo to Wall, Wall, United States travel blog

From Fargo to Wall

A travel blog entry by bobkat68

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... the landscape was very green.  Got to Wall at 7:00 mountain time. Very small town with a population of 700. Ate at Wall Drug Cafe. Quite a interesting place.  After 7 days of traveling and taking time off to watch two soccer games our vacation ...

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site:, Wall, United States travel blog

Minuteman Missile National Historic Site:

A travel blog entry by socks

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... 50 years in human history that caused fear, panic, and distrust during the time of nuclear weapons development in the United States and Soviet Union. Minuteman Missiles held the power to destroy civilization, but this destructive force also acted as a ...

Hiking the Badlands, Wall, United States travel blog

Hiking the Badlands

A travel blog entry by socks

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Today we hiked multiple trails from easy to moderate. We hiked the Cliff Shelf Trail, Window Trail, Door Trail and Castle ...

Wall Drug Store, Wall, United States travel blog

Wall Drug Store

A travel blog entry by socks

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In December 1931, Dorothy and Ted Hustead bought the only drug store in a little town called Wall on the edge of the South Dakota Badlands. By the summer of 1936, the business had not grown much. They had given the business five years trial time, but they ...

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