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... but weren’t able to get a good shot of them! We did manage to see a white mountain goat today and Julie got so close she almost touched it. The Badlands National Park had a heap of strange rock formations and we did a couple of hikes to scenic views (managing to avoid the rattlesnakes along the way, even though we heard some rattling). The nerd in me had a great time checking out some of the fossils that had been found in ...
... in the fields beside the car and drive faster than the tornado. Restaurants: Badlands Bar and Grill (eh) Ok, so last night we had a family meeting of sorts where we discussed the plans for the next morning which included getting up at 445 AM. We cringed waiting for the response from the kids as the words left our mouths as confidently as we could muster because we weren't sure if it was the best plan either. They all looked at us like we were kidding. We called it ...
Today we did a 200 mile motorcycle ride. The sun shone and it was fabulous. We drove through Keystone past Mount Rushmore and by Crazy Horse Memorial to Custer. Then we continued west on Hwy 16 past Jewel Cave National Monument and Hell's Canyon. In this area there were acres of remnants of naked trees standing like poles. It was a sad sight to see such destruction. It may ...
... restaurant was slightly scary from the outside but we proceeded in and were warmly greeted and quickly seated. We had to ask for some explanation on some of the menu items before we ordered. We were proud of the kids for being adventurous over dinner. They tried new foods and seemed to enjoy it. The adults also resorted to family style by trying each other's food. The food was delicious and most of us ate just a little too much. We headed downtown ...
Left Sioux Falls at around 0945 and headed west across the prairie lands of South Dakota.
Stopped at a town called Mitchell - we had seen isobars along the road telling us of The Corn Palace and so were intrigued. Needless to say it is the only one in the world and is uniquely American! The entire building is covered in corn and the theme is traditionally every summer. We didn't ...