Days Inn Rapid City
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... up its essence; then the sizzle, pop and blackening as the flames licked its hide. Warm hotdog buns, ketchup and a couple more beers and I felt happy and mildly pregnant. Kendall has now become a fan of the Roseanne show, as all people should be. That's playing continuously as I read books; tomorrow we pick up Jody Kelley and head into Deadwood. Looking forward to both.
June 6, 2015
... stamp for our passports. Since we were so close to Wall and after seeing all those signs on the hwy yestereday, we went into Wall Drug. We were going that way anyway, so had to drop in. Driving back to Rapid City on hwy 90, we went to the Foothills Trading Post in Hermosa to check it out. Then we went to Keystone to check out the Big Thunder Gold Mine, where Dan was able to buy a ...
... in the area but I think there trying to stretch that tourist dollar a bit too far).
The next day we spent exploring the Badlands National Park. En-route we stopped in at Walls Drug Store (well it was a pharmacy when it first opened in 1931 but is now a whole series of shops and restaurants) where we sampled their 5 cents coffee (yes, they haven’t changed their price on coffee since the place opened) and Buffalo meat burger. I thought the Needles Highway ...
... away in the mountains that looked like a place to return to. We went up mountains, through passes and down crazy curvy roads. There were alpine lakes, high chaparral, burned down woods, streams, cliffs, dams and reservoirs, coal mining, and range. We saw bison, elk, deer and antelope. We weren't sure how far we would get or where we would stay. Some of us wanted to camp (Amy) and some were ready for a hotel. We stopped for a late lunch ...
... behind our tents at the base of a hill. The gophers are funny, must be young they play and wrestle chasing each other back to their hole. They are fun to watch. Theres a woodchuck in a ditch across from our site. The girls are entertained with him. We've been able to have campfires. Last night mother and daddy dropped us off at the campground after the wilderness drive and I gave the girls showers. They grabbed hot dogs to ...