Cambria Suites Rapid City
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... was flying into the MSU stadium into a no fly zone right at our seats right after 911 at a MSU-UM game, he was calm. Grown men were panicking. Women were crying. I was shaking like a leaf. Later Paul told me he was ******** his pants too. He's right though. There's nothing you can do about it. I like that he can stay calm. . As we were passing it, we came up on a rest stop. Paul asked if anyone had to go to the bathroom. Everyone said no. Ben says, "Nooo. (pause) ...
... on and they told us it is a national Corvette gathering in the Black Hills. Most are headed to Spearfish, South Dakota just past Sturgis. We headed back to Rapid City to check into our hotel. The hotel has large indoor waterpark and the kids need a break after our crazy long day yesterday. The adults relaxed in the humid water park while the kids rode the water slides. The water park was very busy for a Wednesday afternoon. We cleaned up ...
... of states and had people yell when their state was called. There were people there from pretty much everywhere. We thought it was really cool that they did that, and it helped us feel a little better realizing it was really just a big group of people from all over the country!
We have a family tradition of getting milkshakes every 4th of July so as we left the fireworks show the kids were already cheering for milkshakes, but ...
We arrived in Rapid City on 5/15 after a long day of flights on tuesday from Boston/Chicago/Dallas and finally Rapid City. Jim Stone,a Professsor at SD School of Mines from whom we purchased the van, met us at the hotel on wednesday morning with the van- it looked great!- and we drove to his house for an introduction for its operation. The van was ready for us and after explanations of the operation of the ...
... even the red cliffs, Blackhills and rushing Yellowstone River became monotonous. We were very glad to get to Mt Rushmore. Mt Rushmore embodies the old, "can do and to hell with the obstacles" attitude of an earlier USA . The scope and concept; leave a monument and documents to be discovered 10000 years hence, is as breathtaking as the massive sculpture itself. We had binoculars so we could examine the carving closely. The eyes are especially clever with the iris ...