Days Inn Custer
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We woke up early and ate muffins, payed the motel 284 dollars for our entire stay and hit the road. We drove for 2 hours before we reached Sturgis where we stopped for gas and we made sandwiches. We continued for 4 1/2 hours till we reached Buffalo where we stopped at KOA where we parked overnight for 50 bucks. We made more sandwiches for dinner and went to ...
It was quite the sightseeing day today. From Wall, we drove for a little over an hour to the Black Hills National Forest. Per Wikipedia: "The [Black] Hills were so-called because of their dark appearance from a distance, as they were covered in trees." And indeed, these hills do offer a magnificent combination of rolling hills, forests, valleys, ...
... on a very narrow paved road which had no route number. It was another 40 miles to Wounded Knee and another 20 to Pine Ridge and we felt like we were at the end of the world. After a mile, found a place to turn around and went back to Scenic. We were disappointed we could not visit the Wounded Knee Memorial and Chief Red Cloud' s grave site. However, at Scenic, a mostly deserted town, we took pictures of some of the old buildings.
Continued west to the edge of Rapid ...
... which had a parade and fireworks on the 4th, and was only about 15 minutes from Custer State Park. That's one of the best state parks I've seen - they have several campgrounds and tons of free roaming bison and elk. They also have a pack of burros that wander the park begging for food from visitors. When we found them, they were right by the road eating and standing for pictures. We had prepared by bringing some crackers (the park ...
... to take in more exhibits and views of the Heads.
Then we finished the Peter Norbeck Scenic Byway to see the Needle's Eye and the Cathedral Spires. By the end of the drive we were pretty much ready to relax ...