Travel Blogs from Custer, United States

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Where the buffalo roam......, Custer, United States travel blog

Where the buffalo roam......

A travel blog entry by iceladyga

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... at the entrances and running around here and there. I know they are destructive, but they're awfully cute!  After driving through Custer, we wound our way down to Wind Cave Nat'l Park. Here's some info: ...

Western South Dakota

Western South Dakota "must sees"

A travel blog entry by nhsteve

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Hi again folks.  I know I'm a little late in posting these entries, but I have been driving my butt off, heading east and I just didnt have any connections, until now. South of Rapid City, South Dakota are two " must sees", if you are ever on a trip ...

Custer, SD, Custer, United States travel blog

Custer, SD

A travel blog entry by cathyjanu

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... House on the Prairie fame).  We also saw thousands of billboards on the highway, something we didn't see in the other states we passed through.  They are unattractive and distracting, we think.  The temperature rose to 105 degrees.  We ...

Rushing to Mount Rushmore, Custer, United States travel blog

Rushing to Mount Rushmore

A travel blog entry by eaz

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... out of our vehicle of course. We finally entered biker paradise, on day 6 of the national motorcycle rally, which takes place in Custer, South Dakota every summer. We set ourselves up in our motel and dashed off amidst the roaring and rumbling of Harley ...

Wind Cave and Custer State Park, Custer, United States travel blog

Wind Cave and Custer State Park

A travel blog entry by kouatly

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... boys completed the Junior Ranger program for the Wind Cave, #3 for the boys now.   After the caves we headed to Custer State Park.  This park is known for its extensive array of wildlife, especially buffalo.  They maintain a herd of 1300 ...

Mt Rushmore, Custer, United States travel blog

Mt Rushmore

A travel blog entry by shanstravels

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And another ice cream ...

Wake up and smell the... Buffalo?!!, Custer, United States travel blog

Wake up and smell the... Buffalo?!!

A travel blog entry by amstutzc

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After leaving Rapid City, S. Dakota, we headed a "short" distance to Custer State Park.  This amazing park is home to 1500 free ranging buffalo or as they are properly known, bison.  From here we took day trips to the amazing Crazy Horse ...

Rushmore, Custer, United States travel blog

Rushmore

A travel blog entry by harnishtrip2013

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We got up this morning and went to the store for some groceries. We had breakfast and started driving to Custer State Park and Mt Rushmore. We took a detour to see the Jewel Caves, but we needed to reserve our spot for tomorrow. We arrived any Custer, but ...

Camping!, Custer, United States travel blog

Camping!

A travel blog entry by tabbles

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We arrived in Custer State Park before noon.  We headed to Center Lake Campground, which we were told was first come, first served.  There were several open spots and we chose a beautiful one next to a babbling brook.  We decided to stay ...

The Black Hills,   South Dakota, Custer, United States travel blog

The Black Hills, South Dakota

A travel blog entry by gvw

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... City, walked the main street.  Bought Dad some rock specimens.  On way home had a quick look at the town of Custer.  Took photos of coloured bull sculptors in main street. Monday 8th July Travelled the  Hots Springs Loop – came ...

American History in a nutshell, man, Custer, United States travel blog

American History in a nutshell, man

A travel blog entry by geraldbarnsbig

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... the sculpture, beautiful music was flowing thru the air.  Little did we know we would all have the opportunity to hear the United States Army Field Corp Band playing at Mt. Rushmore.  This is most definitely an experience we can't wait to tell ...

Black Hills adventure, Custer, United States travel blog

Black Hills adventure

A travel blog entry by raycrockett

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Our first day in the Black Hills. Morning very pleasant with a windy, winding road to Mount Rushmore and bright sun. The mountain itself is everything you expect – granite countenances in the morning sun, looking down on the valley below and the ...

Day Seven - Horses, Custer, United States travel blog

Day Seven - Horses

A travel blog entry by wackymom24

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We wake up early and head out on some trail horses.  James feels even worse today which is a bummer! After the horses we get on the road to travel to the Rocky Mountains.  On our way we go through the Wind Cave National Park.  The ...

Home stretch, Birch Bay, United States travel blog

Home stretch

A travel blog entry by jason.bartsch

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Long day with a great finish. We began the day with our typical early morning bike ride / garbage run and got rolling relatively early and hit the streets of Spokane. I spent some time at the Apple store, only to find I could exchange my phone, but I ...

Custer, SD, Custer, United States travel blog

Custer, SD

A travel blog entry by charleybren

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... if they had Pickleball courts, a bowling alley, Walmart, a library, and all our friends & relatives. The pictures included for Custer are the ones we took on our way there. The pictures of our visit to the Black Hills will follow tomorrow when we ...

Day 10 - Crazy Horse Monument, Custer, United States travel blog

Day 10 - Crazy Horse Monument

A travel blog entry by kann2010

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... of the large site which includes several buildings and artifacts, and a dream for many more buildings. Then down the road to Custer for more window shopping and supper and a few groceries. Ended the night by returning to the Crazy Horse Light Show ...

From the drivers seat Part I, Custer, United States travel blog

From the drivers seat Part I

A travel blog entry by zaccours

... pass, but she only rose about 12F above normal. For those of you into stats, we have driven 1600 miles, burned 153 gallons of diesel fuel, crossed 8 states, and climbed about 5000ft in elevation all in three days. 14 days to go…….. ...

Covering 3 states today, Custer, United States travel blog

Covering 3 states today

A travel blog entry by ragan98

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... I can only think of the song Wide Open Spaces. It's breath taking to see God's work in its natural form. We arrived in Custer, South Dakota where we will be staying tonight and decided there is enough daylight to get in Mt. Rushmore and the Iron Mountain ...

More Tidbits, Custer State Park, United States travel blog

More Tidbits

A travel blog entry by mpitrolo

... all options for energy exploration. Friendliness.  Everywhere we have gone, people have been so nice!  Particularly here in Custer State Park, people will just strike up a conversation from the next table.  I guess because we are all ...

Caving, Custer, United States travel blog

Caving

A travel blog entry by harnishtrip2013

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It stormed almost all night last night. We got up and made breakfast, then went to Jewel Cave to reserve our tour. It was really crazy, because we saw Jesse and Nikki Bender there! They are taking the same tour in the afternoon that we are in the ...

Home, Sweet, Summer Home!, Custer, United States travel blog

Home, Sweet, Summer Home!

A travel blog entry by creneafly1on

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Ok, so I am officially retired from nurse duty!  I hand the crutches over to Mom, she is now in charge.  My time to start VACATIONING!  Can't wait for my first cup of coffee on the front porch in the morning.  This is an "aerial ...

Day Tripin' around the Black Hills, Lake Sylvan , United States travel blog

Day Tripin' around the Black Hills

A travel blog entry by creneafly1on

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... day, dad, Jon and I mounted up on our trusty Honda's and took the Scenic Pigtail Hi-way which wanders around through Custer Park, highlighting Mount Rushmore along the way. After the winding ride, we decided to catch some lunch in Keystone. Touristy town ...

Oct 04, 2010, Custer, United States travel blog

Oct 04, 2010

A travel blog entry by kaylakristine

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Custer, Custer, United States travel blog

Custer

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen

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Saturday, July 9th It was only about another 4 miles from the Crazy Horse Monument in to Custer. We had decided while we ate lunch to stay at the Flintstone's Bedrock City Campground. There is also a Flintstones theme park located near the campground. ...

Exploring Custer State Park!, Custer, United States travel blog

Exploring Custer State Park!

A travel blog entry by 6kopers

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This park is absolutely amazing!  We're told by the ranger that it's about 71,000 acres!  Pat and the kids did some rock climbing at Needles Eye. We may have to drag Eli kicking and screaming out of here!  Emme and I hung out and took lots ...

South Dakota to Wyoming (Day 8), Custer State Park, United States travel blog

South Dakota to Wyoming (Day 8)

A travel blog entry by checky

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... that can also take it's toll on one's wallet.  We did however stop at the Purple Pie Place on the way out of Custer for our daily ice cream. Our next destination was Yellowstone National Park. Yes, I realize it was supposed to be Fort Collins but ...

A day of Custer, Custer, United States travel blog

A day of Custer

A travel blog entry by travelsake

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... in a patriotic parade in downtown Custer, then spent the day driving through Custer State Park and the Black Hills National Forest. Custer is such a beautiful park with lots of wildlife. We came across a huge herd of buffalo and just parked along the ...

Exploring Custer State Park, Custer, United States travel blog

Exploring Custer State Park

A travel blog entry by marty_moose

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What a day.  Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse and Wind ...

Une journée mémorable!, Custer, United States travel blog

Une journée mémorable!

A travel blog entry by toadsaga

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... les forêts des Black Hills, territoires des Sioux pour qui ces montagnes étaient sacrées. Avec en toute fin de journée une rencontre magique avec un troupeau de bisons dans le parc de Custer où on a pu voir une grande partie de la faune du midwest. ...

south dakota, Custer, United States travel blog

south dakota

A travel blog entry by cactusjoe

saw the work on crazy horse and mt ...

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