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Couldn't wait to get out of the ****** hotel and on the road. We had breakfast at the Red Velvet Cafe in Main St, Sheridan. Their Breakfast Sandwhich and Chai Tea were both excellent. Then we made the long, tedious drive to Mt Rushmore. The first part was interesting enough with snow down to 4700 feet covering the grassy hills around us and the …
... something this heavy and bulky to work around the homestead the heat we were experiencing during our visit. Remember as you view the photos that the walls are sod and the roof is sod. Imagine yourself living there. Tough people, huh?
This trip we visited the Badlands National Park which we had not done on previous trips. The Badlands National Park protects over 242,000 acres of sharply eroded buttes, pinnacles and spires blended with the ...
... so we drove to a small lake trailhead near Custer and biked about 12 miles on this trail which had about a 3% grade leaving Custer for about 10 miles. Ruby found the going rough after about 9 miles up the trail where we stopped and had lunch. Ruby remained at this rest area within rolling hills and ranches with horses grazing in the fields. Stewart continued as he wanted to view ...
... debated using as the site. It was so amazing. Fortunately, two women also arrived at the top and were able to take a picture of me at the top which is one of the only ones I have of myself from this trip...I'm not a big fan of selfies.
I could have stayed at the top all day, but it was freaking cold up there with that wind blowing. However, instead of going back down the way I come, I hooked up on another trail that went down the mountain on the other side ...
... and Wyoming have horses which they use in rodeos, cutting and western pleasure disciplines. Many of the owners have large gooseneck trainers in which you could easily fit 10 horses. The also don't seem to believe in fences. Fences only along the side of highways and pretty much open grazing behind that. In a lot places though it's total open grazing with no fencing on roadsides. Distinct lack of road kill here. Lame Deer was a quaint little place where ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAmericas Best Value Inn Rapid City
Although only a two star according to Booking.com this is as good as any three star we have stayed in on our trip and worlds above the Sheridan Americas Best Value. Conveniently located, very clean and great facilities.
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