Ramada Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... earlier in the morning for work, joined the rest of us at a Mexican restaurant called "Hacienda." The food was top notch and I enjoyed my last few moments with Jason & Leanne. They kept offering us to stay a few more days, but unfortunately like other good things, our stay in Denver had to come to an end. We said goodbye and headed off on our way. Still feeling a little off, Levi and I stopped by Mile High field for a few more Broncos items, then headed to Golden and the ...
... on through some of the largest oil and gas fields in the north of the US - wide open farmland dotted with pumps and valve stations - with cattle grazing in between!!! Quite bizarre! Later in the afternoon we ran into a large rain storm which slowed our progress a bit - Greg had to back off from the 80mph speed limit (he was pushing a little over it most times too) and as the rain cleared we arrived in Sturgis, home of the famous motorcycle rally! The 74th event had been ...
... the actual blasting and carving work. If you are in the Black Hills you really should come see Crazy Horse - but don't make a special trip just for this. After Mt Rushmore was created several indians decided they wanted to make a monument that showed that they too had heros that should be memorialized on a mountain. So they recruited the carver, Korczak Ziolkowski, to carve Chief Crazy Horse. Korczak had been a carver on Mt Rushmore before he took on ...
... 8221;. What the heck are Scentsys, you ask? We had no idea either but Holly started getting handed some sweet smelling stuff (with nice Scents….there’s your clue) from these nice ladies with similar T-shirts, and we found out that there were something like 10,000 Scentsys in St. Louis for their annual convention of hanging out and talking about selling these nice smelling candle-like things. [Side note: sitting here in the car writing ...
... shone brilliantly, illuminating their granite faces spectacularly. We were the only visitors to the park at this time of morning so we could take in all it had to offer privately. It was a cool, crisp 26 degrees with a wind that made the granite surroundings seem even colder.