Orchard Creek Cottages
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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... are red.
80mph - Wyoming's speed limit for part of our drive was 80 miles per hour. If you know Paul and his dad, you will not be surprised about a conversation they had in the car about this speed limit. How many seconds does it take to drive 1 mile when you are driving 80 miles per hour? If you know the answer, either message me or comment on this blog, and I will come up with some ...
... already and police at each block making sure you stopped at each stop sign before moving on. There was no traffic lights so you just took your chances and rode on through.
After checking in, we walked into town to catch the actin and as all the shops were open, it seemed rude if we didn't check each shop out. With the hundreds on the street it was a slow process but very enjoyable as you stopped every few feet, oohing and ahhing about ...
Touring the Northern Black HIlls.
We drove over to Spearfish, SD from Rapid City, SD. Took about an hour. We were here and all set up by 11:00 AM. OK well we toured Walmart cuz we needed groceries and needed to get a better sewer hose and and Air Purifier. But we did go to the High Plains Heritage Center Museum which I thought was ...
... to come down and live with them. They even built a small house on the property for him and he works as their handyman in the summer and then spends the winter in Delray Beach, Florida, where he also teaches EMT classes for the Delray Beach Fire Department. As he spoke of the death of his wife a sad look passed over his face, and there was a note of sadness in his voice. “I wanted to give up when she died,” he ...
We played golf today at the Elkhorn Ridge Golf Club, Spearfish, SD. It is a 9 hole course on the side of the mountain with lots of up and down hill holes. Some are very pretty.
The players were: Leon & Jean Chapman, Bob Kemp & Jim Hess.
The keys to the golf cart are interesting -- take a look.
You wil also note the Elk Tracks (bunkers) in the #5 fairway -- looked cool.
Enjoy the pictures.