Coyote Blues Village B&B
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... Rushmore via Needles Highway. The scenic drive was beautiful and the weather cleared up for us. We walked around Sylvan Lake. Very picturesque.
We did the Presidential Trail in Mt. Rushmore. It was 6/10 of a mile with lots of stairs to descend and ascend. The trail is considered strenuous. Pics below.
At Crazy Horse, we watched a video about the history of the Crazy ...
... Sturgis is actually larger than I thought it would be, with two exits off of I-90. We went by it pretty quickly though, so not too many photo ops there. We were glad not to be here during Bike Rally Week in August - this year there were approximately 1,000,000 in attendance. To add some perspective, the entire state of South Dakota has a population of 843,000 which is considerably less than Fairfax County, VA where we live. We stopped at the Visitor ...
... their jeans - this seems to mean either gay or ridiculous makes, neither of which is an accolade in these parts. We thought we might venture out to a western themed bar for a quick drink, but happened upon a group of railroad workers. After they had bought us a shot, we had to return the favor and so it continued. I did not feel good this morning. Now however, we are looking at he iconic ...
... nearly black, bay with a white star on his forehead named Soloman. Scott and I were assigned matching Pintos named Bonnie and Clyde. Great names and beautiful animals. We soon found out that Bonnie was not having a good day, but more on that later.
The area is truly beautiful and we got to enjoy the scenery on a very nice ride. Sydney dialed right in as we knew she would. She was a bit nervous ...
This morning we went and had pancakes in a big tent. Then we went "panning for gold." And while Mom was getting stuff ready for Custer State Park we went and played on the HUGE playground. Next, we drove to Custer National Park and tried to find Bison, at first we had NO luck and we thought for sure we weren't going to be able to find any but then... ...