Holiday Inn Rapid City - Rushmore Plaza
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... aren't sure we would have seen it. It was under the bed but there is no "under" there bed. We would have lifted the bedskirt at a glance and probably not even seen it again the wood and dark carpet. At least he found it. Next stop was Bear Country. A sort of drive thru safari with wolves, elk, buffalo and bears. See, if you don't see them in Yellowstone, we can pretend we're seeing them in the wild. It was cool. They are right next to your car. You have to keep ...
... launch operators 30 feet under ground in a concrete shock mounted structure. If you are ever out this way take the tour, my grand kids have no idea what it was like in the Cold War. One more day to do sight seeing and then it is travel days home. Our plan is 3 days to home and that will make it 2 days shy of 4 weeks on the road. What an adventure it has been. It seems like New Mexico was years ...
Today was a quiet day other than swimming and Pickleball. It was extremely hot (100 degrees) and humid so we relaxed in the cool motor home. By the end of the day, thunder and rain rolled in over Hart Ranch. It was a blessing just to cool things ...
... on and they told us it is a national Corvette gathering in the Black Hills. Most are headed to Spearfish, South Dakota just past Sturgis. We headed back to Rapid City to check into our hotel. The hotel has large indoor waterpark and the kids need a break after our crazy long day yesterday. The adults relaxed in the humid water park while the kids rode the water slides. The water park was very busy for a Wednesday afternoon. We cleaned up ...
... we drove through the Black Hills National Forest & encountered our most interesting construction delay. We were stopped for 20 minutes. Once we were finally able to go, we had to follow a pilot car that lead us through a 7 mile drive. The 7 miles of road had been completely ground down. We were weaving around working hi-hos, dump trucks, graders & bull dozers all on a windy mountain road. It added about 50 minutes to our trip & made for a mad dash ...