Lazy J Rv Park & Campground
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Good facilities. Nice view. Spaces are smallish. Seems overpriced.
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Have made a couple of trips so far to Custer State Park & Black Hills National Forest.
Did two trips up Mount Coolidge to fire tower. Beautiful views of the area. Little cloudy first time so we did again. Any ways Anita just loves riding up narrow mountain roads with no shoulders or guard rails!!!
Was up at four this morn. Cold. So we rearranged the bedding and snuggled down again and then we were a bit slug-a-bed. Didn't get up til 7:00 am. Had our breakfast in the Game Lodge Dining Room about 7:50 and then headed for the Needles Hiway. (Hiway is a misnomer, because it's slow going on a twisty road. Lots of rock spires, and even a tunnel or two. We hit Hill City about 9:25 and decided to see if we could get on the 10:15 ...
... anything to eat since lunch and as we drove back we tried to find somewhere to eat. The first place we stopped at was Kadoka, South Dakota (try saying that five times fast!) We first ordered coffee and tea and the cups were so dirty that we left without ordering. The next place (also in Kadoka) had such bad service that we left there too since we couldn't get the waitress to acknowlege us at all. We ...
Shayla and I went on a two hour horseback ride!! We left out of a stable at the entrance to Crazy Horse Memorial, the trail is on the property of the memorial. It was a beautiful walk through the tall pines and mica mines. Beautiful weather, and I had a good,calm horse!!, a little too calm, I held up the pack a few times!! Shayla loved it!!, ...
... drug store off the beaten path that opened in the thirties. The owner and his wife struggled to make it successful but knew they had to take advantage of the heavy flow of travelers heading to Mount Rushmore. The wife thought it would be smart to put multiple billboards on I-90 offering free ice cold water to the summertime travelers. It was exactly what they needed to put their little drug store on the map! It has now turned into ...