BEST WESTERN PLUS Four Presidents Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... experience in a word: fabulous! Mount Rushmore ...
... them. They are the best of the best -overall I've taken more than 600!) All that combined, I think it may have been 10 am by the time we pulled out of Sheridan. Pretty place to wake up, by the way. When we told the boys we'd be stopping by Mount Rushmore, Luke replied "So are we just going to see the skulls and leave or what?" We drove hwy 90 to Rapid City then headed south for Keystone. A fun alphabet game ...
... van to play on their electronics, Mom and I headed into Wall Drug to look around a bit. There was a lot to see!
I tried to go mining with a gent that we met along the way but his donkey was moving too slowly. We saw some beautiful pottery, cool cowboy and cowgirl boots and lots of interesting things to spend money on but we were good.
As we headed out we decided to make a stop at the Reptile Gardens. This was on ...
When I look at the map showing our location, I can't believe how far we have come. We have clocked in at just under 3,000 miles. It was one thing to cross the Mississippi River but now we have seen the plains and crossed the Missouri River. We've also made it to the mountain time zone, two hours behind where we started. The references to cowboys, rodeos, chuck wagons, and prairies are not the Disney version but the real thing. Our refrain has changed ...
... park (this is valid for a year). Walked wide entry lined with all the state flags and looked at the four presidents from the main viewing area. Then walked the "Presidential Trail" that consisted of MANY stairs through pine woods. Enjoyed several view points closer to the carvings. Chatted with nice, older couple who were from Washington state & on an RV trip. Took each others' pictures. Stopped at Artist's studio & Visitor Center/museum. ...