Howard Johnson Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After a delicious breakfast of blueberry pancakes, we headed out on the motorbike for the Wind Cave National Park on Hwy 87. We cruised over Iron Mountain and turned onto Playhouse Road. We finally found the Black Hills Playhouse in the middle of nowhere. It reminded me of the Huron County Playhouse in Grand Bend, Canada. The current show was the play, Spamalot. We had no idea what to expect at the Wind Caves. ...
A good, hot, hotel breakfast and we were on our way. First stop, Mount Rushmore National Monument. We drove about 30 miles into the gateway town of Keystone, before ascending the park entrance. We were met with George, Tom, Teddy, and Abe welcoming us to their fortress. The ...
While still in this area of S.D., I decided to also visit Jewel Cave National Monument. It is the 3rd longest cave system in the world, over 140 miles explored. Like Wind Cave, only about 5-10% has been discovered. Also like Wind Cave the original entrance was a very small hole. Many believe the two caves are connected, but to date no passage has been found. It was discovered by two prospecting brothers. They dynamited the ...
... out of the FamCamp. Since we were just 2 sites from the Office, Glen and I along with the guy parked in site 1 greeted newly arrived campers to help the best we could. With a day a very nice woman (Amy) arrived, quickly took charge and had the place running efficiently.
The beauty of the open prairies and deep blue skies here are beyond words. The light golden grasses that sway with the winds remind me of ...
... to do any extra climbing. All the adults present chose to handle this by focusing on the fun Bryn was having instead of engaging with Sage’s obvious displeasure. We allowed him to hike at his own pace and occasionally pointed out things we thought might interest him. To an extent this worked, and by the time the hike was over, Sage was happily playing chase with Bryn and Joe.