Adoba Eco Hotel Rapid City/Mt. Rushmore
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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 …
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 …
... 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 ...
... feel right at home! They gave us home grown tomatoes and even went all the way to their house to get us some ginger root for our "joy juice". It's really called sassy water and its part of this health kick we started, but he insisted it be called joy juice! That was fine with us since that was the freshest ginger we could find! Anyway it was a wonderful time!
Until next time,
M and E
... of only having 1 inch left to chisel and polish after blasting sections of the fašade.
It should also be mentioned here that the Black Hills offered up more wildlife in one day then I can ever remember seeing (not at a zoo). We found ourselves at one point surrounded by a herd of Buffalo. We put the Prius in EV mode and just chilled. It was awesome to be with them so close, having only seen them ever from far off ...