Ramada Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... seeing. Elizabeth was shaking and tearing up. We tried to remain calm though it was the field next to us and I couldn't tell what direction it was going and i wanted to tell Paul to drive faster. If it is a tornado, it is a big one, not a visible twister. Ben was making minute by minute announcements alarming everyone. Paul had discuss with Ben how his behavior was alarming everyone and Paul's calm behavior calms everyone. I don't trust Paul's calm behavior. When ...
... and wood where windows should be. They were renovating the building. We were able to get a few pictures from the side which has not been touched including a diagram where the various corn pieces should go to create the picture. There were more corn pictures inside and the required gift shop. Across the street was a little gift area with some photo ops and a ...
... loaded up the car, then hopped on I-75 northbound out of Atlanta. While western Kentucky was the destination, of more immediate concern was a Chick-fil-a in Cartersville, where Holly had her first sweet tea in over a month. My, how she perked up!
On through Nashville and then to Mammoth Cave (just outside of Bowling Green, KY), where we spent 3 nights camping. Highlights included: a cool 8 mile hike on Saturday, a "wild cave" adventure ...
... to in a long time. An original sod home of Mr. & Mrs. Ed Brown, built in 1909.
This particular home is one of the last remaining original sod homes intact today. Pioneers like the Brown's played a very important part in settling the Great Plains.
A good, hot, hotel breakfast and we were on our way. First stop, Mount Rushmore National Monument. We drove about 30 miles into the gateway town of Keystone, before ascending the park entrance. We were met with George, Tom, Teddy, and Abe welcoming us to their fortress. The ...