The Roost Resort
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Roost Resort Custer
We came for a couple of days and stayed ten! Just loved the gorgeous setting, great location to Custer State Park and the city of Custer, and the friendly interactions with the owners Frank and Susan. They take meticulous, loving care of the place. The cabins are adorable, bathrooms super clean and the grounds well cared for.
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... the Black Hills this afternoon and we spotted heaps of cool animals including buffalo (obviously), pronghorns, white-tailed deer, prairie dogs, and even a mountain goat! This was followed by another cookout. I'm not a huge fan. Am I the only precious one on this tour who would prefer to eat in a restaurant? It was freezing today and I had three layers on tonight and I was super thankful for my fancy jacket I bought in ...
... in the title of today's post: At 2:25...once again WE RAN OUT OF ROAD!!!??? We couldn't believe it. Again a sign appeared saying "gravel road ahead" and Wait for Pilot Car! AARRRGGHHH! Crossing the state line into South Dakota at 2:45, we thought that at last we were free...not so fast, grasshopper! Shortly after crossing into SD, we saw a little variation on the theme. THAT sign said "No Paved Road for the Next Four Miles." Sigh. ...
... the US government in place at critical times. I admire them and feel the tension of the paradox they present.
Finding a place to stay became difficult as we drove north to the Lead/Deadwood cities. We stopped at a campground, but the winds were strong and everyone there was frantically running to get their cars under cover because of the forecasted hailstorm about to hit. We decided to forget about camping and find a motel. The rain ...
... a small old mining town where it felt like a place from a creepy horror movie. We went a had a look at the old mine while we were there but it had been abandoned. Then we drove to Mono salt lake to see ancient limestone rock structures. Yosemite NP was our next stop, another amazing rocky landscape with huge granite dome peaks and cliffs, a rock climbers paradise. Nat and I went to America's tallest waterfall and did a 9 mile hike through the forest to see another ...
... March that Linda had in December. (The same genes!) We left their house in the late afternoon and ended up in another Wall Mart in Ames, Iowa, home of Iowa State University.
Tommorw we will visit our good frined Sally Denny, who sang alto in our choir tour to Scotland and was a member of our church choir in Hickory, North Carolina.