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We had a pretty good sleep, but were wide awake at 3am and after tossing for a couple of hours, got up at about 7.30am and after some breakfast, went out for a bit of a walk and look around. We ran into Mark, Jody and Bailey, who went with Darryl to Walmart to get an esky and some water for the trip, while I went back to the unit to organise our …
Day four started out with going to the Badlands then finally to Mount Rushmore. After we then walked through the town and went to Custer state park where we saw deer , prairie dogs and donkeys. Then after the touring was over we bought a bucket of chicken and played spike all at the pool.
... as any wild animal encounters, it was nice to be able to see these animals being well cared for in realistic and natural looking habitats. Our next port of call was Badlands National Park, and we are really glad that we decided to make the effort to drive out this way as the scenery was spectacular! Another bonus was the bikers didn't seem to like the gravel road so we were able to enjoy the scenery, and stop and take photos without ...
*There is a fence or cliff all around the park. The buffalo can't get out because they can't get through the fence and would die if they fell off the cliff. 2 animals can get in and out of the park over the cliffs. Mountain lions from the park leave over the cliffs and wind up really far away. 12 mountain lions from the park have wound up in Missouri. The state of MO is suing CSP because of the mountain ...
... There are three major scenic drives in the park - Iron Mountain Road, Needles Parkway, and the a Wildlife Loop. We took Iron Mountain Road into the park to get to our lodge which had these neat tunnels (see the picture below). Once we dropped off our stuff at the hotel, we took the wildlife loop and then the Needles Parkway since they are near each other. On the wildlife loop, we saw more bison, prairie dogs, and a mule deer. Then we went to Needles Highway which is a ...