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Travel Blogs from Hot Springs
... Harley riders are expected. It is probably good we are leaving tomorrow.
We had a farewell dinner tonight where Zoe received two awards for completing her Junior Ranger workbook and her Badlands Environment workbook. Only 3 people received that latter award and she was the only girl to finish the work. We were very proud!
We are packed and ready to head home in the morning after an educational and fabulous trip with Zoe.
... bridges and through tunnels barely big enough for our tiny car. Some of these bends are called "pigs tails" because they are literally so tight they curl over themselves like a piggly wiggly tail.
The scenery alone was worth the drive through the hilly northern part of the park, but things livened up when we got lower down and entered the "wildlife loop road". We knew something was up when we pulled over and saw a young pronghorn ...
... Springs to visit dear friends, Randall (Randy) (Spike) and Kathy Meyers. I worked with Randy back in the late 1990's when I was the Recruiting and Retention Manager for the South Dakota Army National Guard.
We met at the South Dakota Veterans Soldiers Home where Randy works (because I knew where that was) and followed them to a local waterhole and restaurant that is their favorite. We spent several hours remembering "the old days" and having a great ...
... continuedfor another 3 miles after lunch which was mostly downhill. The return ride was a pleasant downhill ride back to Hill City; a 22 mile ride in all. In Hill City we located more provisions(beer, alcohol and food) and then drove about 85 miles into wyoming to Devil's Tower National Monument. We arrived there about 5 pm and were again very lucky to find a great campsite in the Park campground with a closeup view of Devils Tower.
... but at least twice we had to wait for the bison/buffalo to clear the road. The Needles and Peter Norbecks' designed roads were the highlight of the day. For wildlife we saw Prairie dogs and Deer apart from all the bison on the roads.
The cruise into Hot Springs was nice rolling Hills. Dinner in the Vault Hotel, a short walk back as it was just next door.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility