Comfort Inn & Suites Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
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Spent morning at Crazy Horse Memorial. We were surprised at the extensive visitors center which included museums, sculptor' s home and educational/cultural center. Kathy really enjoyed the exhibits. Didn't have time to take bus to top of monument.
Kathy got a beautiful necklace from an Indian woman from Page AZ. She spends her summers …
... now. It was so clean and organized when we started, but it’s pretty much a dirty, rolling junkyard about now.
We got to our cabin in Custer State Park. We’re staying in a camping cabin which is basically a small cabin with beds, a table, shelves, etc… but no bathroom. You bring your own sheets or sleeping bags. It’s pretty nice even if it’s small. It’s all wood inside and the little bit of furniture is ...
... to have dinner. Cheryl had a Filet Minon and I had an Elk Tenderloin, WOW was that good!!!!!! On the way back to camp we stopped at a fur trader and Cheryl finally got her Buffalo Skull (it's really pretty neat). Got back to the Palace about dark, so I started a campfire and Cheryl made the Hot Cholocate. What a great evening. Well so ends another tough day at the office!!!!!!!!!!!!
... but they told us not to accept that pass." That's because the money I paid for the pass went to the U.S. government and not their money grubbing company. It isn't the company's fault. If they weren't here charging $10 too much to camp in desolate Nat'l Forest campgrounds, this area would be completely closed. Congress and the president need to get their priorities in order. Funny... When the Great Depression happened we made more available to the public. When this ...
... our first stop at the Wyoming State Capital building in Cheyenne. It was a modest building with a gold coated dome. We walked the grounds and took a few pictures. We then drove through the black hills of South Dakata, on our way to Custer, SD. There, we visited the Crazy Horse Memorial. Sculptor Korczak Ziolkowski and Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear officially started Crazy Horse Memorial June 3, 1948. The ...