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 …
... being worked and started. Also saw some small cattle ranches, so we are still in farm country. Inwood is a very small town, but the trading post was quite interesting. It’s run but an older lady and it’s a consignment/trading post/antique shop. Dan found a couple of Campbell’s soup mugs and a lighter. It was so windy when I took the picture, I had to lean slightly backwards so I wouldn’t get blown over!! Now we’re headed up hwy ...
... prices. At first we felt a little weird that we didn't fit the Harley mold but everyone was so friendly and to be honest, we're constantly getting people coming up to us complimenting our bike and asking us, "How do you like it?" Our answer being, "We love it!" After dinner we walked up to the Pavillion for Sunday night's entertainment but for whatever reason, they didn't show. So we returned home and settled in for the ...
... grounds. I'll keep our older motor home - it doesn't have some of the fancy bells and whistles but it's built for comfort. This weekend Hart Ranch is presenting the Down Home Family Country Music Festival. It's coordinated with the Rapid City Christian school (next door). It showcases a competition between the youth and young adults. The winners, in their age groups, get the opportunity to sing ...
It’s truly a wonderful museum and the carving of the mountain which has taken years so far still has a lot to go but when it’s finished, it will be amazing. There plans for a cultural centre for native American Indians and university and the Indians are well represented at the complex with many stalls set up primarily selling beaded jewellery.
We left Crazy Horse and we were only ...