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- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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So this drive was LONG. We woke up very early, and began our journey towards Keystone, SD. I'll save you details of our lucrative drive...this will be a quick entry as there wasn't much to it! For those of you who have been to Keystone, you know that it is your typical American tourist trap of a town. There are a few good places to eat and if "digging for black hills gold" and zip lining 20 ft is your forte--by all means. We decided ...
... I was quite literally about to enter them. Bighorn National Forest offers some absolutely unreal scenery. Treelined mountains, deep valleys, and miles of viewing in every direction. What I didn't expect, though, was having to drive along the edges of these mountains. Many of you who know me are aware that I do not do heights. I repeat, I do not do heights. So this was quite nerve-wracking for me, and I didn't exceed 25mph for quite a while. ...
... to go to the lighting ceremony of Mount Rushmore. I have been to see the faces twice, but never at night. It was started by a ranger talk. He did a great speech about having the American spirit without any preachy-ness. Then we watched a video that reviewed each president and their impact on American history. After the video, we looked up and the faces were lit up. The talk and the video were ...
... to see Crazy Horse Memorial but the winds were blowing hard up there and it was bitter cold. So after our lunch we met up again with the Lund's and Markese's for a drive through Custer State Park. Keefers's and Meyer's were taking the steam train to Keystone. We began our ride on Hwy 87/Needles Road and pretty much followed the same route as the day before. Driving through all the tunnels is always fun and we were able to take ...
... National State Park.
Family Folklore: Our dinner was cafeteria style and we sat at a table with a view of Mt. Rushmore. We were ready to see the lighting of the presidents at Mt. Rushmore. However, when we heard there was a 10 minute lecture, a 20 minute movie and several other activities we headed back to the hotel! The Travelodge had a TV with only a few channels. ...