Pine Rest Cabins
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... herd of buffalo, horse back rides, pony rides, and a small train that does narrative tours. The Senator's Steakhouse Restaurant is also located on the property and their food is delicious. Last night we split a rack of Buffalo short ribs and they were awesome. The venue is decorated with beamed ceilings and wagon wheel chandeliers. It has a huge wooden dance floor with a band stage. We're pretty sure they have some pretty good parties ...
... currently in the park directories. They did indeed have openings, so we're here for four nights so that we can see Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore, etc.
Nancy wants to take a day trip up to Sturgis just to see it. Although the rally doesn't officially begin until 04 Aug, we saw hundreds and hundreds of bikes on the Interstate and in downtown Hill City as we passed through on the way to the ...
... plan was scrapped. On this
route we rode a spiral road the crosses itself several times and goes through
several granite tunnels.
Finally we made our way to the Crazy Horse Monument that
makes Rushmore look miniscule once again the vision and the work to complete
this project is enormous and it is most likely that in 50 years the project
will not have ...
... like a back to the 50's place. It's ok. In Deadwood and Lead it was raining. It started to hail on the way to Hill City. Our motel tonight was the Spring Creek Inn. Had supper and a show at the Circle B Chuck Wagon Show. Tom was burning a lot of fuel so a different carb. on and the some back firing problems started. Tried different coil still same problem. Going to try another carb. tomorrow morning. Off to bed we ...
... miles but there were no telephone or power poles, no radio or cel phone towers, no graineries or abandoned barns/farmhouses - nothing except a few deer. Barb remained optomistic that a herd of Buffalo would soon appear! The campground we are staying at is part of a 13,000 acre ranch that was homesteaded in the late 1880's by John Hart. Although he lived until the 1940's he never learned to drive a car or truck and towards the end when he was too frail to ...