Pine Rest Cabins
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- Free parking
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... I don't know exactly how many people attend the Sturgis rally, but it's many, many, many thousands, who flock to this town of something over 6,000 residents. All the hotels we passed - even 60 miles away - have multiple motorcycles parked at them.
The campground in Hill City has Resort in its name, but we've learned that can mean a lot of different things. For instance, there's no swimming pool, no ...
... fell further from the “Sweet-Free June” wagon, making the mistake of passing by the Kirchoff bakery counter and getting two nice treats “for the road”. The treats unfortunately did not find their way to “the road” as they met their fate “on the sidewalk” roughly 200 feet from the bakery.
Anyway, St. Louis was a big hit. We got a cheap hotel room, then headed to the Cardinal’s game ...
... be out done tomorrow............... Tunnel through rock formation on ...
... relaxing about 100 feet from the road -- lots of pics. Some of the drivers approached the bison a little too close - got snorted at and charged. The people ran the Olympic 50 foot dash back to their cars -- note to self - personal space is important to a bison.
Well tomorrow we head home. When we started this adventure we made it from Portland to North Dakota in three days. Our trip from ...
... We stopped at Sylvan Lake where their was a cookout of buffalo burgers and wings going on. There are many resorts and campgrounds in this area overlooking rocky cliffs and grassy knolls. I noticed Rafter J Mountain Resort which looked very expensive. Then we headed over to the Crazy Horse Memorial. The sculpture on the mountain has just been started and so far ...