Historic Coughlin House Inn

Address: 260 Main Street West PO Box 26, Carthage, South Dakota, 57323, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 260 Main Street West PO Box 26, Carthage.
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Travel Blogs from Carthage

Life As It Use To Be

A travel blog entry by patry on Jul 18, 2013

2 comments, 26 photos

... boys really enjoyed the book as well and will hopefully read the series too! Clare seemed to have a great third birthday and crashed right to sleep that night!

After getting everyone settled into bed Aimee had a quiet moment to walk around the homestead and through the fields and thought about this amazing place we were staying. There was a tower you could climb to see all their ...

Ingalls Homestead

A travel blog entry by susunk on Jul 08, 2012

66 photos

... if they didn't come on Sunday or if they came later. Oh she said, they started at 10. Well dang. Should we go try to do it? I wanted to try twisting haysticks,,, ah what the heck we needed to do it all right? So we went back down, they were twisting rope, and grinding wheat, but not twisting haysticks.

We waited about half an hour for the wagon to take us to the school house. It was worth staying for. The woman ...

The Heart of Laura

A travel blog entry by susunk on Jul 07, 2012

94 photos

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The drive into South Dakota was easy and greeted with the many lakes in the area. We were there in perfect time to sign into our lodging and get to the pageant. It was an interesting contrast to the one in Walnut Grove. Walnut Grove's was bigger, more cast and audience, longer, much better produced and had special effects. DeSmet's pageant was a direct retelling of "The ...

Day 4: De Smet, SD

A travel blog entry by zyd85 on Jul 25, 2010

2 comments, 4 photos

... as a happy one, as it recounts many hardships and disappointments from the first four years of her marriage to Almanzo. Nevertheless, as the program points out, this was a more realistic view of prairie life than most, and also highlights many tender and poignant moments from their lives. I won’t give the whole story away because you should really read it!

I typed this last night on the pageant grounds as ...

Chapter 5: Carthage

A travel blog entry by jrmelando on Jul 18, 2010

Disclaimer: this entry is mostly/entirely about Chris McCandless...

I Stopped for gas and lunch in Mitchell (tempted by the Corn Palace) and realized that Carthage SD of "Into the Wild" fame was less than half an hour away. as i drove down the back country roads to get there i started thinking about what about this place kept chris's interest so much... was it the ...