Super 8 Keystone/Mt. Rushmore
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Travel Blogs from Keystone
... granite rocks surrounding the lake. We then took a trip up to Deadwood and we both had wished that was one of our stopovers-what a brilliant place with so much character and history. Went for a walk thru town in 94 degrees heat at 4.30 in the afternoon! We saw where Wild Bill Hickok got one in the back of the napper.
We then took a run up to Boot Hill Cemetery and visited the graves of both Wild Bill and Calamity Jane-they are ...
... saw them it was amazing. My way of explaining it would be to say its like a grand canyon kind of formation. The wind and water has eroded the sandstone to make canyons, which you drive through. I didnt get a photo on my phone of this as i was taking them on my camera. Breath Taking Along the way we saw some Prairie Dogs. I will let you google them, but they were just like meerkats, excpet they bark like a dog. Very cute, interesting ...
We took a trip thru the Black Hills today - The Chapman's & Jopke's.
We went to HIll City, Custer City, Keystone and back to Deadwood and Spearfish.
We saw Crazy Horse carving on the mountain side and went thru the museum.
We went thru Custer State Park and saw lots of Buffalo.
We went to Mt Rushmore and saw the Presidents on the mountain side.
Finally a stop at Deadwood finished the day off.
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... It's quite quaint and has everything you need. We decided to do some washing and after attempting to use the Holiday Inn laundry next door which only had two washers we hiked up the road and found some of our peeps there doing the same thing. While waiting for the laundry, we wandered up the street and ended p finding Andrews beloved Teva sandals he disappointingly didn't get in Chicago, he also found Jazzy a new collar, which I picked out with a ...
... Hills as possible.
Mt Rushmore was our first stop after winding through some beautiful mountains. We hiked around and took so many pictures! The people-watching was almost as amazing as the presidents on Mt. Rushmore! There was a group of Mennonites there and Tayler (having never had this exposure) asked why all these people were wearing pilgrim costumes. LOL! The scenery was amazing on our entire day-trip, and ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking