Holiday Inn Express Custer
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... supplied by coal from directly across the road from a pit mine that had a coal face that looked to be at least 60-80 feet deep. They run unit trains of 125 to 150 cars, which hold at least 200 tons apiece, out of the Basin 60-80 times a day. Trains were parked everywhere...either moving or waiting for an open track. We lived in both Eastern Kentucky and West Virginia for several years, and John was in the truck industry there, primarily ...
... Brian started the fire. We has chips and salsa too. It was just right after the buffet we ate earlier. This morning I did a couple loads of laundry in the slowest machines ever! Brian fried eggs and Canadian bacon, and toast for breakfast. Little slow start today, but it feels good not rushing out. What I love about campgrounds is that it's totally acceptable to walk around in Pajamas, and say good morning with bed head and no one ...
... saw Mt. Rushmore in the distance through a break in the trees. Wow! I felt like seeing this monument was as momentous as seeing the Grand Canyon or Niagara Falls. It's so iconic that to actually see it in person seems like a dream at first.
The Presidents featured at Rushmore are George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln. (Teddy was included because he had some friends of the sculptor and may have ...
... with idea of finding gold, so we indulged. It turned out to be a pretty interesting story about 2 German gold diggers that hated each other and spent 17 years digging 600 feet only to come out with a total $10 worth of gold after all that time, effort, and debt. One of them sold the gold rights to the other and disappeared. The other took his deed, went to the local saloon, convinced 6 other gold diggers to wager their deeds, and he won the entire ...
... their way of life. Dan said not to make this a history lesson, but there is so much here. Y'all just gotta come see it - experience it for yourself!
Well, we’ve really enjoyed our stay at Custer State Park, had a great meal of buffalo steak and spicy buffalo short ribs at the Game Lodge where we are camping. There has been chilly nights in the 30’s to 40’s with days warming up to 60's-70's. Tomorrow we are off to Sturgis, Spearfish and Devil’s ...