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Travel Blogs from Mitchell
Today we left Custer, SD and travelled through the Badlands in SD. It truly lives up to it's name as it is a very desolate area with "Warning...Rattlesnakes" everywhere. I didn't venture off the boardwalks at all. It was unique and pretty in it's own way, but I wouldn't want to run of out gas out there.
From there we travelled on …
Not much to say other than AWESOME...if a bit corny (sorry, sorry, sorry)...
... The excavation site is unique in that it is enclosed by an Archeodome, a climate controlled building built over the excavation, that allows scientists to continue their excavation year round. There is also a small museum of Native American art and history nearby.
For over 65 years the Dakota Discovery Museum has been welcoming cultures from all over the world to a place of imagination. Explore the traditions of early American settlers… ...
... from the top of the mountain. The likenesses of the faces is incredible.
After spending time in the visitor's center and seeing a film, we left for Mitchell, SD, our next stop for the night. After looking at a map, we decided to take the scenic route, since we had plenty of time. The map indicated that the Bad Lands National Park was on the way, so we thought we might stop in, if time permitted. We drove ...
... and sometimes shorts.
I had a good start re-joining the I 80 then onto the I 29 North. I realised that mu route did not actually take me into Nebraska but a little detour could correct that. I killed two birds with that as I chose a road that took me on a toll bridge over the Missouri River. For the old gits like me who were brought up on westerns the Mississippi and the Missouri were ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking