Ramada Rapid City
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... view of it and that was from the freeway - not a great place for a photo!
The centre of the city is actually very small and the land around it quite flat, so it is hard to get up high enough for a good photo. You are supposed to be able to get a panorama from City Park. we drove up there at sunset (8.05), but didn't fancy parking up and walking around it in the dark. So - there would be good reason to maybe come back ...
... Mr. And Mrs. Carroll from Indiana. Mommy and Mrs. Chandler have been friends since college! We were so surprised! We said that we were going to go set up camp at a KOA and eat dinner then we would watch the lights on Mount Rushmore with them. Our campground was so fun. It had a climbing wall, swimming pool, bounce pad, playground, bounce bad, and water park with slide. It all looked so fun but we had not time to play. We ...
... Hills is not just a geologist's haven, it is a paleontologist’s as well. Visiting the site is a time travel to the time of the Ice Age. The site was a sink hole that trapped mammoths 26,000 years ago. Around 61 mammoth fossils were excavated so far.
Cascade Falls. One off-the beaten path which we did not plan in the itinerary. I just saw the sign along the road and asked that we go see it. ...
... is not until the first week of August so things are still pretty quiet. We had lunch at Weimers which takes us back to the 50's with its small town charm and good home cooked food at very reasonable prices. After shopping around in the local stores which are stocking up with Sturgis Rally memorabilia, we headed back to Rapid City where I had a 3:00 pm appointment at Magic Touch with Tausha. We had one small problem - we couldn't unlock the ...
... Only the floors are stone, sanded and polished smooth for stepping with no snagging. I tried my hand at meditation, but think I might have more of a Zen Buddhist pose; on the other hand, I personally think I gave a great Samson impression between the columns: I could feel how weak they were so I gave them mercy, and put my muscles away. Inside is tight but comfortable, the back pew held several books of the Lutheran catechism and vespers. At the pulpit rested a massive bible ...