Holiday Inn Rapid City - Rushmore Plaza
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Left Denver early with the commuter traffic coming into Denver for miles. We are going through 3 states today as we travel north to Rapid City. - Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota. Countryside reminds me of the Monaro in NSW and the Flinders Ranges of SA. Flat, some erosion and grassland as far as you can see. About 30 minutes north of Denver we …
... we had made the second best purchase of the trip so far - a National Parks annual pass - so we could get in for free. On the way, we say a herd of bison. So peaceful - you could have got out and stroked one they were so close to us - but maybe not ... The bison were largely destroyed by the white settlers when they came - depriving the native Indians of their way of life. Decades later, bison were imported - from New York, unbelievably enough - and now roam free much ...
Watched the news this morning and here Hill City which is about 30 minutes southwest of us had hail the size of baseballs the ones we got were about nickel size, I am very thankful we were not staying there. Nice touring day today was cool in the 70's. Started out going to Crazy Horse Memorial very awesome the guy who started it had no federal funding and is still run on ...
Reactions to South Dakota: Claire: "I could run for miles and not see anyone...or anything... Where is civilization?" Oriah: "There is like noooooooooooothing. Nothing here at all. Well, except there is a tree over there- and it is dead. Probably because there is no one here to water it." Me: You ...
Today we took the motorcycle for a drive through downtown Rapid City. We stopped at St. Joe's antique market and wandered around the store - two floors of other people's collectibles. I felt almost grossed out by all the stuff! To think people have paid thousands of dollars over their lifetime to gather such a collection of tangible memories. In the end, who really wants this stuff? One booth was offering 75% ...