Best Western Inn At Sundance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... being advertised on the internet.
The restaurant, Cindy B’s, has been there a while- over 100 years and is well known for good food. The special today was cheeseburger soup and ½ a grilled cheese sandwich, which I ordered, along with a Chokecherry Iced Tea. You do not want to eat Chokecherries raw- they are called that for a very good reason, but the syrup is very good in iced tea or lemonade and it makes a passably good wine if you like your wine ...
... population 15, and which is for sale on the internet. Don't worry... I'm not going to buy it. It was here that I got caught in a terrific hailstorm last year (see last year's blog). No hail predicted this time, however the forecast for tomorrow is cold, and on Thursday- snow. By then I should be at Mt. Rushmore or getting my free donut (for veterans) and nickel cup of coffee at Wall Drug. We'll see. More ...
... We made it out of the Oh My God Mountains just fine. We drove to Moorcroft WY and checked into our hotel and then went on to Devil's Tower. Andrew was right it was worth seeing. It is a mammoth formation. We were so lucky the weather was perfect so the pictures are amazing! What a difference a blue sky makes! There are many theories how Devil'sTower formed. One is that it is the neck of an extinct volcano. Others think it is a ...
... we stopped for lunch after refueling.
Such vastness of this country. Drove past the Bighorn Mountain range near, yes, the Little Bighorn where Custer got his last haircut.
I spoke with another guy next to me who recently purchased a motorhome with same engine and chassis but a little longer and he gets 7.5 mpg. We get about 7 miles per gallon. The main difference is we have Mr. Toad and he is not ...
... once singing to you that you have done something, while refusing to be forgotten. As the buzz wains I realize we have left some loose ends. In the interest of closure; this: Day of the train continues... So there we were, up to our necks in busted torque converter and no Lincoln Riebes. We had exited from the 1880's steam train and hopped in Jengo (the truck) heading for Mount Rushmore. There are several hills between the aptly named Hill City, and Rushmore. As ...