Holiday Inn Express Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... pm. We were lucky to be near the Caio Restaurant with delicious Italian food. The Glenn Miller Orchestra and vocalists entertained us to the Glenn Miller sounds of the 1940's for the next three hours. It was delightful! We noticed a dance floor nearby and sure enough, a dance group showed us how to cut a rug. Eventually couples from the audience also joined the dancing. Later that night we were in for another rain ...
... No thanks. Today's drive was sooooooooo boring (I sound like my nine year old self in my diary from '91). We drove through Wyoming (snooze) and stopped at Cheyenne and Torrington. Then into South Dakota and stopped at Edgemont (snooze). We finally arrived in Custer State Park and we are staying in the State Game Lodge right in the park. It's got a bit of history, ...
Happy 23rd birthday Zack! We woke up before sunrise and were surprised to see a herd of whitetail deer grazing outside our tent. We made eye contact and went about our morning, and they went back to grazing. After a quick cup of coffee made in the Zäk coffee machine (Zack holding a filter with grounds over a cup while I pour hot water over it) we were off to see buffalo galore. We did ...
... saw animals. And these animals were seen UP CLOSE! Our first encounter was with "wild" burros. I put wild in quotes because these donkeys came up to the windows of cars for handouts. We were taking pictures of some donkeys at another car with our windows down, when all of a sudden one walked right by my window and stuck its head in Connie's window! It freaked us both out! These burros were right ...
... we were through and enjoyed the park. We have a nice, level lot. The electricity is above good, and the wifi looks like it will work. Tomorrow we plan to leave camp and tour the area. We are about 15 miles from Mount Rushmore, close to Custer State Park, and the Needles Highway in the Black Hills. Not sure how much of that road Muf can go on because we think we remember a low bridge on the route. You can stay tuned and find out what ...