Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... is the 7th largest in the world with over 100 miles of known passages. We saw very good examples of boxwork. the original tourists used to leave notes in these boxes - can you imagine? Now, you can't take any rucksacks in for fear of causing damage! There was also popcorn and frostwork - the frostwork was hardest to see. Ranger Rick turned all the lights off for a few minutes, so we could imagine being the original explorers. It was so dark - complete blackness. ...
Took a break from bikes today and rrode with Steve & Marie in their truck. Visited Reptile Gardens first. A variety of animals snakes, crocs, turtles, birds pretty neat place. From there we went to Bear Country USA a drive thru wildlife park (why we went in truck) you are not allowed to go thru on a bike. This was seriously cool all kinds of big cats, bears, wolves, elk... Of course you know they tell you keep ...
... done a terrible job describing what the Crazy Horse Memorial is so if you are confused after reading my post, feel free to look up more on their website: https://crazyhorsememorial.org
Anyways, we finished up at the memorial at 10:30, were out of the parking lot at 10:50 which is pretty good considering how many people were there, and then drove back to our lodge and quickly fell asleep after our long day.
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... to provide spectacular views of Mt. Rushmore for those with their feet on the ground. Had we been quicker with cameras, the view from every tunnel was Mt. Rushmore in the distance!
Dianne has seen a number of billboards advertising "Bear Country USA" and insists on visiting. It's a 45 minute drive through a 125 acre wildlife preserve. They boast the "largest privately owned wildlife collection in the ...
Today started with the usual swimming and Pickleball. We also had to move our motor home to our last site #109 for the next 21 days. We're happy because we can pick up our satellite again. Sometimes sites with big trees are lovely but interfere with our satellite signal. Later we went grocery shopping and relaxed the rest of the day. Late afternoon there was a huge thunderstorm with lightning and heavy rain. The grand finale was a beautiful rainbow in all its ...