Best Western Sturgis Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Lovely hotel, well situated and within walking distance to the action of Sturgis. Very helpful staff. Love to stay here again
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After our daily morning activities, we decided to head out to Box Elder to visit Ellsworth AFB to see the South Dakota Air and Space Museum. We were the only people signed up for the 12:30 tour of the air force base. At first we had to hand over our driver licenses so they could do a quick background check on us. We were relieved to find out that we passed the security check. You have to watch those people from Canada. Ha! It was our first real tour ...
The black hills area is quite different from the dry desert like badlands national park. We soon started driving through green forests and hills. In a little while we crossed from sd into Wyoming. Our first stop was devils tower. Once we got off i90 we could see see devils tower from a distance. It is an amazing sight. This is a sacred spot for the ...
... abut 90% of all known boxwork is in this cave system. The crystals are very intricate, and were created via layers of rock , the limestone between them washed away over time leaving the calcite deposits. These look a lot like honeycomb, it is fascinating. The cave was discovered in 1889 by a 16 year old Alvin Macdonald and became a national park in the early 1900s. He explored ...
... wide avenue of flags --adorned with state flags, making exhibits explaining why the presidents were selected and explaining the design and construction of the monument.
We all kind of know why Washington, Jefferson and Lincoln were selected but Theodore Roosevelt does not get much press lately Teddy Roosevelt was a statesman, spokesman for the common man and a preservationist. He mediated ...
... is rare that I find the time to really explore and take in the beauty of geology and the creations that the massive movement of the Earth's plates make. And its colorful ta boot: White Hills of the Badlands, Black Hills and Yellowstone.
This passage from Chicago to Seattle has made me re-fall in love with geology. First stop: The Badlands of South Dakota. I've wanted to visit these ominously named hills for about 15 ...