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... we drove 7 hours to Mount Rushmore and spent our afternoon checking it out. Learnt a bit about American history and who's 4 president heads are actually on the mountain. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln. That night we stayed at a hotel. We have been spending $15-$30 per night on accom which has been good. We sometimes chuck the blow up mattress on the ground to save on extra payment! Cheeky travel life ...
... kept entertained by the yellow ‘animal’ footprints that made their way across the footpath at regular intervals by trying to guess the animal that made them.
Sheridan itself wasn’t much cop. Other than a convenient stop off point there isn’t much more to say other than to get back to the point about clean sheets. Of course Lara and I were laughing at the sticker in our Rapid City hotel but we soon realised when we checked in at the ...
Today was a regular day at (motor) home. It was another beautiful sunny day. Our mornings go by pretty fast with swimming and Pickleball and then it's lunch time. Since we're Elk Lodge members, we decided to go to their beautiful facility south-east of Rapid City. They have great sites for RV's and run ...
... deer, prairie dogs, and wild turkies. The calves are dropping! One herd had at least two of the little orange neophytes running circles around their stout mothers even though only a few days old. Several herds had yet to greet the new arrivals. Russ is looking forward to returning in a month with our group to see more of the new arrivals!
The ride was COLD! Temps are unseasonably low. ...
... teeth) and a doctor who practiced blood letting - that's why the barber polls have red and white stripes! There was a Saloon with a scene of how Wild Bill Hickok was shot playing cards. He had 2 black aces and 2 black 8's in his hand, and that poker hand is still known today as the "dead man's hand". At the real Doctor's office, they had an advertisement for "eating anything you want and still lose weight". Of course I checked ...