Ramada Summerset/Rapid City West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I always play with thinking whether I could live in a place I visit or not. Well, I could live quite happily in Denver I think. There were a lot of nice houses close to the City, with lovely porches. There are lots of restaurants and open air cafés. The weather is good (well - at least until Winter comes!). it is all designed around the car - the sidewalks are few and far between and even the pharmacies are ...
We're just finishing our second week as work campers in Hart Ranch. We have been working in Activities for Diane Koons in the Shed - 2 five hour shifts each. We sell Activity cards, rent trikes, bikes and golf carts, and hand out miniature golf clubs, tennis racquets, etc. Tonight I volunteered to hand out the fixin's for s'mores at the Friday night campfire. This was the first night of the rodeo at Hart ...
... a waterhole in the middle of nowhere in the prairies. People were swimming in it when we got there. The clear water and gentle cascades were inviting. We weren’t prepared for swimming so we just dipped our feet. So refreshing!
Rapid City. It was 2PM by the time we reached Rapid City. See separate post on Rapid City.
The Badlands. We were meant to see it at sunrise but that meant ...
We drove through Custer State Park and started exploring Sylvan Lake. It has Virgin Gorda style rock formations with crevices and great spots for climbing and some are in the lake. A really pretty place . . . Until the fog rolls in and you can't see anything! That is just what happened as Tate and Elaine and I were in the backside of the lake and the others were at the lake. A mist started flowing through and across the rocks. Weird, but cool. ...
... set under a crucifix.
The church was settled by Norwegian immigrants, the gift shop is a testament to this proud lineage. Mostly Norwegian flags and books line the shelves and walls, but there was the occasional Swedish and Danish speckling. I kept looking through the books, but nothing on Martin Luther, Lutheranism or Christianity. The dichotomy is that the 60 some odd books were strictly about Norway and Norwegians, not God. So as to not to rock the viking ship, I ...