Motel 6 Hot Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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. ...
... was perfect this time and we got to see everything. We then went to Mount Rushmore and walked around. I had no idea that 90% of the carving was done by dynamite. That is pretty crazy. We saw a movie showing the carvers sitting in these little seats suspended by wires, jumping around the faces. What??? Yea, that’s what I said. We went and got some Thomas Jefferson vanilla ice cream, which was really REALLY good. I ...
Early morning coach to Mt. Rushmore where we got up close to the faces while walking the Presidential trail. Then off to a visit to the massive Crazy Horse Mountain. Amazingly, the Rushmore sculpture could fit under the chief's chin! Lunch at the Coolidge summer White House, the Lodge, in Custer State ...
... hilarious and totally old school! The campground did seem like it had been around since the prehistoric ages. The laundry room had washing machines that looked like they were made the same time the Flintstones first aired and the playground was the same! The kids still had fun though and they had a good pool. The restrooms were nicely renovated in a building that looked just like a ...
... Custer. He wrote "My fellow chiefs & I would like the white man to know the red man has great heroes also". The project was started in 1948 & has never been federally funded, believing that it should be built by the interested public. Korczak married & they had 10 children, 6 of whom are still involved with the project. Before Korczak died in 1982, he left detailed plans to be used & his wife has carried on ...