Howard Johnson Inn & Suites
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Morning started with a light rain. Temps in the mid 50's. Drove to the Badlands with ever increasing winds. Sustained at 35 and gusts well in to the 50's. Bad gas mileage day. White knuckle driving. All worth it. The Badlands was amazing. All I hoped for. Drove through the 240 route that leads you to Wall Drug. The only damper was the wind. It was …
... I have even had time to wash out a few smalls. My room mate Tony has not come in yet and its nice to have a bit of quite time to myself. Still having no luck with uploading photos but will give it a try again later.
Not had much to eat today so looking forward to popping out later for a meal and a couple of pints.
By the way we have now covered over 2000 miles and crossed over two time zones - we are now 7 hours behind the UK.
... 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 ...
... Black Hills and settled in at Kemp's Kamp, located just outside of Keystone, SD. It is a quaint RV Park located right along the creek and just across the highway from the Black Hills Steam Train, which runs between Hill City and Keystone. Never got to see the train run.
Enjoyed a nice quiet night, then hit the road the next morning to see Mt. Rushmore and continue east across South Dakota.
... on my clean pants. Wouldn't have happened if they were yesterday's pants. Makes for a nice yellow spot so you can see me coming. Stopped at Mount Rushmore. Very fancy place. The history of the idea and execution of it was very interesting and the mountain was impressive. Even managed to get a pix of the two of us. First one! Left Mount Rushmore and took the Iron Mountain Road back to camp. That is a switchback on top ...