Ramada Aberdeen Hotel And Conference Center
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... that day. We had a great time visiting and enjoyed a delicious dinner before "hitting the hay." For breakfast the next day, we were treated to some of Coleen's famous orange rolls and caramel rolls along with fresh fruit and coffee. It is great sleeping in their basement bedroom because it is so quiet and dark. You don't know what time it is so you keep sleeping until your body tells you it must be time to get up.
Pat and Wayne spent much of ...
Nice park but after the other national parks we've visited so far this one was just ok, interesting rock formations and the grasslands were very pretty. Great free primitive camping area where the local rangers came in and did a talk about hunting and gathering in the area, had a go at throwing an Atlatl (primitive spear) and we both sucked at it. Bison walking through at camp in the morning was pretty ...
... some farmer's driveway! Bob successfully got us turned around on a narrow gravel road (quite an accomplishment) and we chalked that one up to using a 2009 campground guide
We continued on to Aberdeen and this time I phoned the campground to make sure it existed! Still, the address they gave us took us to a church about two blocks away. Another phone call established that lots of GPS's make that mistake and the ...
... wagon rides would begin. But no one was there so we walked around the farm ourselves.
Out to the wheat field and oat and the corn fields to the prairie grasses and past the slough down to the school house which we explored and enjoyed. All of this was completely by ourselves.
We returned to the office and turned in our key, did some shopping and then I mentioned I was sad to have missed the wagon ...
... Americans lost their home when the treaty was signed and the homestead act opened up the Dakotah territory. An important part of the treaty included the provision that they could come here to get the stone for their pipes. They still mine it. We didnt have much time before they closed but I was glad to see the other side to homesteaders like the Ingalls. They had free land because the Indians lost ...