Comfort Inn & Suites Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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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 …
... have some quiet time to ourselves. On our last night there we built a fire and had a good long talk about what we were thinking. And we finally made it to DQ for those milkshakes!
Monday morning I took the truck in. They said they were busy but could probably look at it sometime in the next couple of days. But if anything major needed to be done, it would probably be Friday before they could get to it. So I walked to a car ...
... job and one was telling me that they had to bring a man to the emergency room because he had 12 golf balls stuck up his butt. "Why on earth would you do that?", they asked him. He answered, "Because my buddies said it couldn't be done - guess I showed them!"
He went on and on and it really made our day. Once we passed by him, we saw some wild burros, some prong horn antelope and of course, more Bison. We ...
... tours. Spelunking tours are four-hour tours requiring soft knee-pads, elbow pads, gloves and lace-up, ankle-high boots with lug soles. The park supplies helmets and headlamps. To qualify for this tour your must crawl through an 8 1/2 by 24-inch opening. Children 15 years old or younger may not take this tour. Youths 16 and 17 years old must have written permission of a parent or guardian. Again, not something we desire to do!
... ok, I’ll stand”.
Well I was having none of that, so I looked over to the table and said to the guy, “excuse me, this lady needs a seat to eat her breakfast. Could she please have one of the chairs that your back pack is sitting on?”. He said nothing but reluctantly moved his backpack and the lady took the chair and thanked him. Again, no acknowledgement. I thought to myself he was a real jerk … and probably ...