Kings Inn Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... since we are both military veterans.I bought postcards and mailed then at the nearby post office.
We decided to take a spontaneous detour through Badlands National Park trip. The ranger at the entrance told us to make the next right to see big horn sheep, which we did. The sheep were right at the edge of the road and wore radio collars for tracking. We drove on to see 1 bison and then to the Prairie Dog town.
... around. There were little flat topped hills covered in green prairie grass. Jordan said it looked like the grass was trying to "take over the Badlands again". Our next stop was the Laura Ingalls Wilder home is De Smet. We got a tour through the Ingalls house, the school Laura taught at, and the school Laura and Carrie attended. Then we drove to their other house where ...
... and the walleye rules on the Missouri River; northern pike and bass fishing are big too. The Guide is filled with ads for fishing lodges and fishing guides; the maps show locations of marinas and boat launching sites. Another South Dakota publication is devoted to the entire “great lakes” region of the state; four dams on the Missouri; four massive reservoirs, cutting through the middle of the state. Hook and line ...
... about 400,000-600,000 hardcore bikers to a town with a year-round population that is less than 7,000 (the entire State of South Dakota is only 750,000 - the fifth-least dense state in the US with 11 inhabitants per square mile). We met Aussies, Kiwis and people from many other countries - all in leather of every conceivable kind. The masses come not just for the week, but earlier and take over Sturgis and other nearby towns. This ...
... t have much time on that visit and had to rush through most of the museum. I got to spend a lot more time looking at the exhibits today.
As is normally the case, I was at the museum until closing time. I then drove to Pierre and checked into my ...