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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> Finally after a long day we had a relaxing dinner with Mary's cousin Nancy from California and her husband Steve. They are on a 3 month journey through Canada and the US, in their camper. I have a feeling a book may be in their future. Since we missed them when we were in California it was great to get to see them here.
Well that's it for now. We're off to Mt. Rushmore. Stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary.
... so we were able to go again. Oh, what happened to Yvonne you ask? Well she chose the slow run and Zoe and I were already headed back to the top of the hill for our 2nd run when we saw her working her way down the hill. Another race to the bottom and Zoe tells me that Nana gave up her 2nd ticket so Zoe could go a THIRD time! Up she goes and down she comes and we got part of it on video. Luckily we had to leave because she would go again if she had a ...
... group" as we are called left for our first stop- Custer State Park, the home of about 1500 American bison, more commonly called buffalo in these parts. Since they are allowed to roam free one does not know if or how many you might see as you drive the wildlife road through the park. Well today we hit the jackpot as we saw at least 400-500 in several large groupings, mostly right on or near the road. Bulls, females and a lot of calves roaming around the area. We were not allowed out of ...
... had arrived at the Elks Lodge in Rapid City. We gave them a tour of Hart Ranch, had an early dinner, and drove over to Mount Rushmore. We've never been there at night so it was a treat to see the Memorial lit up with a single light and we really enjoyed being entertained by the Air Force Academy ...
... is that every year it is decorated on the outside with corn and corn products. They started doing this in 1892 as a way to celebrate and display their harvest. The arena has murals on the walls made of corn. Every year they tear down the old decorations and put up new according to the theme of the year. They have been doing this for 100 years. So if we went back next year, it would be totally different.
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