BEST WESTERN Sundowner Inn
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... a lovely place to pull over and have ours. We had a 360 degree view. Along with all the blue, blue sky, we had chosen a wonderful stopping place. Continuing on our way on the Wildlife Trail, we stopped at a ranger station and asked about seeing buffalo. He suggested that we drive a mile up the road that was right across from the station (ROCK road!!) and he thought that there were buffalo in the area. As it turned out the rock road wasn't too bad at all, and we ...
... according to the kids) was when the bus broke a radiator hose and we became stranded on the side of the road for 45 minutes while we waited for a rescue. It turns out we stopped at a local ranch of a couple from Wisconsin so while the kids played in their big front yard we talked to the retired owners who had lived in Saukville and their relatives who just arrived from Wausau for the upcoming Harley festival at Sturgis which begins next week. ...
... under construction for many years. Even though it is still under construction, it is an awesome sight. However, we are well broke, so we didn't pay to go right up to the foot of the monument.
We pressed on through winding narrow roads toward Mt Rushmore, which we kind of found by accident. It was almost literally "oh there it is!" Again our budget robbed us of the opportunity to wrestle with annoying tourists in the carpark, but we did manage ...
... pronghorn antelope, more begging burros, and more prairie dogs. They have these jeeps for the Buffalo Safari Tour that I keep seeing all over the place. I mean, maybe they take them off-roading to some secret spot and tell them funny buffalo stories, but I keep seeing them on the same road I’m on that I’m driving for free.
Next we decided to drive Iron Mountain Road to Mount Rushmore. Iron Mountain is a ...
... having lunch at the Visitor's Center, we departed Pactola, went back through Hill City, and South of town stopped at "Prairie Berry Winery." We've been to several wineries and this one was wonderfully interesting. It was much larger than I would have expected in Western South Dakota, and well laid out and stocked. Dolly did the tasting - they offered a taste of five of their wines...free and even gave her another one, because she asked about the sweetness ...