BEST WESTERN Sundowner Inn
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... in Hot Springs we went to the Mammoth Center where a dig revealed bones of at least 61 mammoths from around 26,000 years ago. Some of the bones are still in situ so you can see exactly where they lay. Apparently all the mammoths had slipped into a sink hole over many years and then couldn't get out and their bones were preserved all that time. The Center is so well done. It was ...
... horses and cattle. These Parks truly are saving the "wild west" for the next generations to see. Every time we went around a corner, there was something wild to see – great day! On the way home, we noticed that there are Casinos everywhere – in gas stations, Subways, even a bowling alley. We didn’t stop at any of these but it is funny to see them everywhere!
A very big surprise today, but first a breakfast report. Today's special was a cheese omelet and ham but I passed and finally made myself one of those homemade waffles. Zoe talked me out of 1/2 of it but they are large to begin with. I covered it with strawberries and blueberries but skipped the whip cream. Breakfast are traditional fast- in and out in 15-20 minutes.
We left at 8 AM to go to Hot Springs, South Dakota, about a 45 minute ...
... find the smaller parks are more our pace, and the ones we tend to meet and hang out with other people more. We did take advantage of it, though. I went on a horseback ride with Dean one day, then Molly went with him the next. I think I might have enjoyed it more than Dean! We also checked out Mount Rushmore and played plenty of mini golf, and Dean got to play baseball with his new friends from Canada.
We left for the Custer KOA ...
... Wind Cave is a sacred place to the Lakota. They believe that it is the birth place - literally - of their people. The cave has only one natural opening - a round hole about 4x4 feet near the ground. The creation story goes that the Black Hills were buffalo and the cave contained the organs of the mother buffalo that gave birth to the Lakota. This opening is also where the cave self regulates the pressure inside by either blowing out ...