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I would recommend staying there anytime, but be warned. The parking lot is very small and very tight in fitting the cars in. If you can't find a place, you will have to wait until after 10pm and park on the street.
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... our hometown Chicago and the highlight of our trip, Labor Day weekend with our daughters Heather and Lauren, their husbands Jared and Adam and our two beautiful granddaughters Isabella and Emma. To say we are extremely excited is a huge understatement.
We're not sure how far on that journey we'll get tomorrow but we'll let you know. Until then, stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary.
Hi again! We are trying to catch up with our stops as we have been in Minot- we will get 'er done!
Friday, the day we left , we did a great amount of sightseeing in South Dakota. There is so much to see and do outside of Rapid City SD. After lunch in Hill City we went to Mt. Rushmore National Monument. Besides anxiously waiting to get to Rachel in Minot, we were anxious to see this monument! After seeeing this monument in books for ...
Gary and Cathy took us back to Mount Rushmore today to see the Memorial in full sunlight. It was fun to see all the people and families dressed in their Fourth of July attire. We also walked up a trail behind the amphitheater which gave us a closer view of the Presidents. Next, we took a drive back up Needles Hwy and had delicious buffalo burgers at Sylvan Lake. Then we drove through Custer State ...
... to keep them from falling off. No wonder there are no trees out here. Sturgis here we come - we visited the HD dealership (surprise, surprise - another lot of t-shirts), had a drink at the Full Throttle Saloon and bought another t-shirt. The Full Throttle was different and quite dirty - it looked as though it should be the scene for a scary run down theme park with a murder about to take place. The Buffalo Chip up the road was, by contrast, very clean and ...
... representing "Development of a Nation"; and Abraham Lincoln, representing "Preservation of a Nation".
Wall Drug, Wall, South Dakota. For years we had heard of Wall Drug, even seen bumper stickers in our travels with such sayings as "Where Is Wall Drug?". Well, we had our opportunity to visit the famous Wall Drug. On our travels through the Badlands we were viewing eye-catching billboards for Wall Drug at least ...