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After arriving in Hot Springs, SD we again decided to motel it and take a break from camping. With the threat of rain - and we received several light to heavy showers we are glad we did. Ann Remington, lives in Hot Springs and after she dealt with a home water challenge she and her two young ones stopped by for a visit. Ann graduated from SDSU …
... a few good shots as I drove through the red lights at the carpark entrance. Yup traffic lights in the middle of the bush.
We pushed on, grabbing a few good profile shots of Washington as we rounded the hill and hit Keystone for an icecream at the dairyqueen. This is the part where it gets good.
We entered Custer State Park for the drive back to Hot Springs. Sam got a little tense as we wound around tight hairpin bends, over ...
... Springs to visit dear friends, Randall (Randy) (Spike) and Kathy Meyers. I worked with Randy back in the late 1990's when I was the Recruiting and Retention Manager for the South Dakota Army National Guard.
We met at the South Dakota Veterans Soldiers Home where Randy works (because I knew where that was) and followed them to a local waterhole and restaurant that is their favorite. We spent several hours remembering "the old days" and having a great ...
One thing I discovered on my journey is that I really, really like caves. So I enjoyed my visit to this park even though the caves were small and rather plain with no stalactites or spectacular formations. They were created by dissolving limestone and their one unique feature is called boxwork which are honeycomb-like structures on the walls and ceilings consisting ...
... stayed for over an hour listening to a man talk about the Native Americans that lived there. Don't get me wrong, it was really interesting, but it was also a very long time that we could have been driving. We finally got the map and stamps and were on our way. We went in and out of the Badlands a couple more times before we stopped for gas and supper/ bedtime snack. We drove to Mitchell, SD, and stayed at a ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBudget Host Hills Inn Hot Springs
The Hills Inn, in Hot Springs, SD is a great "Mom and Pop" Motel on Highway 385. The rooms are sparkling clean, comfortable and a great place to rest, relax and use as a home base while touring the Southern Black Hills. I highly recommend it for anyone who may stop in this area.
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