BEST WESTERN PLUS Four Presidents Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... have done that a few times, and it still makes me a bit nervous after a while. It is just sooooo dark! Overall the tour was really neat. I'm so glad I did it.
On our way up to our hotel in Keystone, we drove through the Wildlife loop of Custer State Park. Paul's dad said that we would definitely see animals on this road. But it took a while. It seemed that we drove for a many miles before ...
... of emigrants in wagon trains passed as they headed westward in the 1840's. Such history! We finally made it to Cheyenne shortly after 2:00 pm and found our way to the Terry Bison Ranch RV Campground which is just off Hwy 25 and a few miles from the Colorado State line. We used our Passport America discount and the price was $23.08/night with tax. This is our second visit here and we highly recommend it. It's an active ranch ...
... so we were able to go again. Oh, what happened to Yvonne you ask? Well she chose the slow run and Zoe and I were already headed back to the top of the hill for our 2nd run when we saw her working her way down the hill. Another race to the bottom and Zoe tells me that Nana gave up her 2nd ticket so Zoe could go a THIRD time! Up she goes and down she comes and we got part of it on video. Luckily we had to leave because she would go again if she had a ...
... of tame donkeys standing in the middle of the road waiting to be fed by the tourists. Our tour leader, Nancy, came prepared with corn and we all headed off the bus to feed the friendly animals.
Nancy also used the stop time to acquaint us with local wildflowers, wild sage and a valuable byproduct of buffaloes-dried dung! She passed the cowpies around ( to those brave enough) assuring us it was safe and simply dried grass. It was used extensively by the Indians for fuel as it ...
... went inside. Yep, I got my parents in the Full Throttle and took their picture in front of the Angieland sign. And yep, I watch trash TV. It was mostly roped off, but we could walk around and see everything. We left and drove around Sturgis a little more and decided to head back towards Mount Rushmore.
By the time we got back to Custer/Mount Rushmore area, the rain had stopped and we decided to try Iron Mountain ...