Elk Haven Cabins
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- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
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Travel Blogs from Custer
... to stock lakes and streams. It was fascinating to hear the volunteer, Dale, explain how the fish were stored in the cars, kept cool, then delivered to the train depots for pickup, with information being delivered via telegraph. Hatchery workers also used boats like the one on display to collect trout eggs on Yellowstone Lake to be brought back to the hatcheries. It was interesting to learn about hatcheries and to feed ...
... down before we hit the stopped traffic. This accident was also quite severe. It appeared that a car pulling out of a cross street had misjudged the speed of an approaching car coming down the hill, and was T-boned in the intersection. The police were able to direct traffic onto the shoulder around the cars in the intersection, but it was a sobering reminder of the dangers of the road. We passed through several very cute towns on our ...
... they have a bunch of bear there. Once we were done with the road course, we stopped by the small zoo they called Babyland. We seen baby bear, wolves, fox, and bobcats.
It was a fun day. We got back to the campground just before the storms moved in.
Chuck and Sheila ...
... is gold leafed and has apparently been covered up for the last two years. I saw a squirrel there that posed for a photo which made me happy. Sat on the wrong side of the bus this morning (not that I had a choice), on the way out of Denver we had the best views of the Rockies. I couldn't take any photos though, unless of course I wanted a bunch of old people's mugs in ...
... so we bypassed Mount Rushmore for the moment and followed Hwy 16A over Iron Mountain and Custer State Park. We took Hwy 89 to Sylvan Lake and Needles Hwy because the road to Hwy 244 was closed. Then we back tracked to Custer to take Hwy 385/16 past Crazy Horse to Hwy 244 to Mount Rushmore. We experienced some very loud thunder, lightning and rain during this adventure. There were also a few harrowing moments as we squeezed the ...