Best Western West Hills Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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On the way back home, we wanted to make some extra money. So we stopped in Pine Ridge to work for our old family friends, the Hay's, after we filled up gas for $20.58. While we were there, we mowed their lawns for them and did other yard work along with walking there two dogs. We got to stay there for free and ate the food that they made for us.We stayed there for 2 days and on the 27th of September, we will continue to head home.
... Paul inquired about t-shirts with the Big Bat's logo like the employees were wearing. The manager is ordering some, he was told. Our breakfast was ready and we sat down to enjoy it and the hustle bustle of the store. There was constant comings and goings. Men on their way to work. Women with children, probably taking them to the sitter before going to work. Young adults just hanging out. A woman came in with ...
Beautiful clear blue sky this morning. Well moisture got me again - would not start. Dried it off and away we go. The back road from Hill City to Keystone follows the rail track and crosses them at least a dozen times. We took the Playhouse rd which took us through three tunnels. One we took a lot of pictures with cars in the tunnel and Mount Rushmore in the back ground. ...
... that remained behind as the limestone left. These caves do possess 95% of all the boxwork in the world! It is the 7th oldest Nat. Park and is the 3rd longest cave system in the U.S. and 6th in the world. From air and wind tests they also estimate that only about 5% of the total system has been discovered to date. The only known natural entrance to the caves is a hole ...
June 5, 2011 Fort Robinson, Ne
Today I rode my bike along a tough, steep and sandy scenic jeep route through Smiley Canyon. At its worst, it was an altitude induced headache, on the verge of a nose bleed experience! And after that it was rewarding! I've always said that if I could put myself in the right places I would see the wildlife I seeking. Today I saw a kid mountain sheep on his turf. ...