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... area. They had thing that had been returned for either being not what the customer thought they wanted, had been washed, worn or defective in some way. Ted and I both found a pair of running shoes that were brand new. Score. We went to Walmart and we still have not been able to find the drawers that fit our clothes hangers. We will keep at it until we do. We then had lunch and drove around downtown Cheyenne before ...
... the prairie in what is today, South Dakota. They are an oasis of cool shady forests in the middle of what was once nothing but grass.
Storm clouds chased us into the town of Hot Springs, South Dakota. We checked into the Motel 6. This chain has changed a bit since I was last over. They used to be kind of skeezy, but these days they are pretty good little joints.
... was just darkness and speed. I heard myself screaming and then swoosh - I was skimming over the water. Just like that it was over. I went down one more time. The other slide was fast and maybe scarier to some because it was not enclosed and you swooshed up the sides on some of the turns going down. I did not go down the outdoor slide...again...I was fearful - it was a long enclosed tube. You went really fast. At the bottom, everyone ...
... Taco Burgers) then the rest of the day was spent relaxing, washing clothes and planning the next few days in the "Hills."
Today, we will head north from Hot Springs and drive through Custer, Custer State Park, stop by one of my Black Hills favorite places...Sylvan Lake. Look for the next blog when (if) we get wifi access.
Thanks for reading, be safe and enjoy your summer weekend. We are!
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
... blew a hunters hat off his head. The natural hole of the cave entry was the size of a basketball and was underneath shrubs so not readily visible. When the hunter returned to show his brother the wind hole, his hat blew in to the hole and when he went into the hole to retrieve the hat, he discovered the cave.
We toured the cave with about 30 others and ranger guide. The formations in the cave were called popcorn, boxwork ...