Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Friday 22nd August, Day 8: Leaving Billings at 7.30am to get to the Little Bighorn Battlefield Monuments to hear a ranger/a volunteered army person give a talk. Today is another 3 day state: from Montana to Wyoming to South Dakota, heading over the Black Hills, so quite a bit of driving. The Little Bighorn Battle is where Custer was defeated in …
Saturday 23rd August 2014, Day 9: On the bus at 7.40 for a big day - had been raining overnight, but we managed to turn the sunshine on, headed for Bear Park USA. The sign says 'the animals are free to roam around, we are to stay in our cage'. A wonderful setting for the animals, Cory did the guiding. Black bears are local to this area, the other …
After a delicious breakfast of blueberry pancakes, we headed out on the motorbike for the Wind Cave National Park on Hwy 87. We cruised over Iron Mountain and turned onto Playhouse Road. We finally found the Black Hills Playhouse in the middle of nowhere. It reminded me of the Huron County Playhouse in Grand Bend, Canada. The current show was the play, Spamalot. We had no idea what to expect at the Wind Caves. ...
... loved watching them play and wrestle. Definitely a must-see if you like animals!
We headed back to our cabin and then walked over to Bumpin' Buffalo Bar and Grill for dinner. The service was good and the food was great! Two thumbs up!
After dinner they boys spent some time in the hot tub at the cabins while the girls went to do laundry at the nearby laundromat. Oh joy!
Picture this; a desolate cloverleaf junction with nothing but a cheap motel and gas station and a couple of old ford trucks up on blocks. Dryreacher is up at 5 since he hasn't yet adjusted to mountain time. He heads off for a run as the sun inches higher over the distant horizon. A warm breeze is coming off the priere. From the distance the hum of an engine appears, disappears and then reappears as the sound travels over the crests of the blacktop. The hum gets loader ...