Pine Rest Cabins
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... nearly 3 million visitors a year.
... br> We drive onto the Needles Highway and head toward Sylvan Lake, which is touted as one of the most beautiful lakes in the area. We drive on a narrow road with one lane tunnels, which are narrow and small. This road is definitely not RV friendly. We drive up and up into the hills. We can smell the fresh, clean air of pine trees. We get to the overlook and see a remarkable view across the valley: the Needles. The Needles are tall, ...
... I have even had time to wash out a few smalls. My room mate Tony has not come in yet and its nice to have a bit of quite time to myself. Still having no luck with uploading photos but will give it a try again later.
Not had much to eat today so looking forward to popping out later for a meal and a couple of pints.
By the way we have now covered over 2000 miles and crossed over two time zones - we are now 7 hours behind the UK.
... on Rushmore measure about 60 feet. It's quite an operation, all with private funds and absent government money. We were there so long absorbing the exhibits that our we didn't make it to Sturgis after all. Perhaps another time. Next year is the 75th anniversary of the motorcycle rally. Hmmm!
When we got "home" it was time to get set up to hit the road Saturday morning. All in all, it was hard to leave: lots of interesting things to see!
... hotel by about 4.45pm and we caught up with sorting, and writing my diary and checking emails etc. before dinner. Tonight's dinner is supposed to be a Farewell Dinner for some people who are leaving the tour tomorrow - about 10 of them I think. (Later) A nice dinner at the hotel, and we sat with Warren and Mike. Later a group of us went to Murphy's Irish pub, and we got home ...