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TravelPod Member ReviewsGeorgian Manor Inn & Bed & Breakfast Woodstock
This was a very nice hotel. Clean, comfortable, everything you need in the room. I would pick this hotel again.
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... three tunnels during this route, and each tunnel showed a perfect view of Mount Rushmore. We stopped for dinner on the way home cause we were out of food and in need of a trip to the grocery. This was an amazing day and I will let the pictures speak for themselves! Just FYI to all my readers, Internet may be limited during our time in Yellowstone over the next few days, but I will post as soon as I ...
... animals in it! Another perk of the jeep safari tour is that it can go off road. Guess what can't go off road? The bikers! So it was nice and quiet on our JEEP SAFARI TOUR. Matt drove us around to see the buffalo herds. Here are some buffalo facts we heard (herd? - I know, I'm hysterical!) from Matt:
*A buffalo herd is made up of females and calves. The herd follows one dominant female and the others are the female ...
... to head back to Rapid City to find a Walmart. We don’t love Walmart I swear, but we had to find something comfier to lay on if we were going to keep this camping business up. So we get to Walmart and buy a double blow up mattress ($17) and a pump ($8) and hope for a better camping experience. We pick up some groceries for our night ahead and find some WIFI to locate where we are going to next.
It’s about 4pm and we’re both wrecked from ...
We decided to go to Sylvan Lake for lunch. The sun was actually shining and it was a beautiful warm day to ride. We enjoyed the Buffalo burgers and they had the best fries yet. We rode on the Needles Hwy for a while then turned around (for lack of time as I had plans for later). Near Lake Sylvan we checked out the trail heads for Harney Peak, etc. I hope to come back and do some hiking. I have met a lady called ...
... a scene that's burnt into my memory. Pitt and Sheffer are flyfishing in the Blackfoot River, basically coming up empty. Sheffer splits off to go find their father; Tom Skerritt sits under the shade of trees smiling up at him. They talk a bit, then Sheffer asks him if he's caught anything. Skerritt opens his wicker basket, and shows two or three large trout; Sheffer shakes his head as Skerritt keeps smiling. I ...