Ramada Summerset/Rapid City West
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... was flying into the MSU stadium into a no fly zone right at our seats right after 911 at a MSU-UM game, he was calm. Grown men were panicking. Women were crying. I was shaking like a leaf. Later Paul told me he was ******** his pants too. He's right though. There's nothing you can do about it. I like that he can stay calm. . As we were passing it, we came up on a rest stop. Paul asked if anyone had to go to the bathroom. Everyone said no. Ben says, "Nooo. (pause) ...
... statue of man with a bird on his head to encourage humans and animals to live well together.
After leaving Mitchell our next stop was the Badlands National Park. We have driven through the Badlands on two other occasions. The scenery did not disappoint and we snapped many a photo of the rugged landscape and of the cute little prairie dogs living in the ...
It was time to move our motor home to another site for three days. Then we get a more permanent site again for 21 days. With Hart Ranch you can get a site for a maximum of 21 days, then you need to be out of the regular sites for 9 days before you can return for 21 days again. While most people stay in "the meadows" for their nine days we ...
... This area of South Dakota was one of the last places to be homesteaded. Visual memories of homestead days are fast becoming extinct. These sod dugouts and shanties were common throughout the prairie. Almost all have disappeared, melted away by the prairie rains, caved in and returned to the earth from which they came. We got to dress up in exact replicas of the clothing worn by the Brown's. Oh my gosh ... the women's clothing was HEAVY. I can't ...
... items such as pillows, dishes, pots and pans, groceries etc. we were set to take off.
Ruby and I learned our way around Rapid City in the few days there and gained a liking for the town, its beautiful surrounding hills, friendly folks and historical downtown area. With all of the things to do in the nearby Black Hills and Badlands, nice people and low prices, Rapid City would be a nice place to be.