Motel 6 Hot Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as America's greatest Ice Age treasure and I have no doubt that it is that. It is a registered National Natural Landmark. As the brochures says, "At the center you time travel to the Ice Age and walk the edges of a sinkhole where Columbian and woolly mammoths, camels, wolves, and giant bears became trapped 26,000 years ago leaving an ancient treasure trove of fossil remains. This indoor excavation site features the fossils of 61 Columbian and woolly mammoths. ...
... loaded up the car, then hopped on I-75 northbound out of Atlanta. While western Kentucky was the destination, of more immediate concern was a Chick-fil-a in Cartersville, where Holly had her first sweet tea in over a month. My, how she perked up!
On through Nashville and then to Mammoth Cave (just outside of Bowling Green, KY), where we spent 3 nights camping. Highlights included: a cool 8 mile hike on Saturday, a "wild cave" adventure ...
Custer is the place to be when you are visiting Mount Rushmore. On the first day we decided to check out Crazy Horse. Crazy Horse is this amazing sculpture that is blasted and chiseled to perfection, looking like the Native American named Crazy Horse. The Face of Crazy Horse could fit all four heads of Mount Rushmore inside it. This is a magnificent thing to see in South Dakota. It was breath ...
... Switzerland on its strong position on arms and mandatory conscirption. As he saw it, giving all men the right to carry an arm while they were 'serving' for the army (which all men still do in Switzerland) was a darn tootin right that all men should have! He shared with us his strong opinion on the rights to bear and conceal your arm... "You know, a man's gotta protect himself!" From what? I guess we'll never know.
Wyoming being a ...
The breathtaking limestone palisades of this creek carved gorge are more ancient than the Grand Canyon, albeit much closer together. Built on top of an ancient rail bed, the 20 mile road offers great views of 3 falls, ponderosa pines, creeks and ravines. Many believe the origin of the name "Spearfish" was derived because Indians speared fish from Spearfish River (now called Spearfish ...