Cedar Shore Resort
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Wonderful spot right on the shores of the Missouri River
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As we walked over to find the Millross's, the words of a worship song came to mind as I walked among the motor homes watching the sunrise. "As morning dawns and evening fades, you inspire songs of praise, that rise from earth to touch your heart, and glorify your name". We are so blessed folks.
This is the third day of departures and will …
We got out of our campsite early in the morning and headed straight for Mt. Rushmore. I was there when I was much younger, but Sheryl has never been there. So it was on her list of places to see and be.
We got there early enough that we missed the crowd, one of the advantages of traveling while school is still in session and during the …
This little stop along the road to Rushmore was full of surprises. It had everything a traveler needs, from yummy lunch to groceries for the cooler.
This building has existed in some form since the railroad came to Oacoma in 1906. It has been grown and updated quite a bit. But they still sell coffee for a ...
... see the top of the water tower not very far from home. I was on the phone with my Dad so he knew where I was, and he had the shop door open, so I could pull right in and just a few minutes later, it started pouring at home as well, so we stayed in the shop and got my packs taken off. The good thing about the rain was that all the bug gunk had been washed away, but I was incredibly happy with the waterproof packs because my stuff all seemed ...
... the agenda today, for anyone who doesn't know it's Lincoln, Jefferson, Washington and Roosevelt carved into a mountain. It was... Alright. Heading towards Badlands, we stopped at Walldrug town to look at the cheesy American merchandise. When we got into Badlands National Park we saw Prairie dogs, which are basically gofers, jumping from burrow to burrow whilst watching us. Further in we did a couple of short walks around ...