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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... So tame that they eat from your hand, Regan couldn't get enough! Cameron loved it, Peyton wanted to feed them but too nervous. She watched further back:) we had to drag them away with an empty box of crackers. A nice lady even shared carrots with us. And when almost leaving the park, we turned a bin to a HUGE herd of buffalo! Traffic stops and people ...
... read from his extensive library and wrote letters to his many fans. He lived there until his death in 1957 at the age of 74.
Today, the Badger Home remains much as it was when Badger lived there.
We enjoyed a free concert of Big Band Music in downtown Rapid City; saw the movie "Jersey Boys" and had dinner at the Pizza Ranch (one of our must stop places).
Enjoy the story and photos. Next stop ... Sioux Falls
... it interesting and a little nerve racking when I had to register at a little book upon my entry into the Wilderness. I also had to attach a numbered tag to my pack. I take it this was so I would be easier to identify if lost!
The path climbed steadily through the snow to the fire tower. The trail wound around the mountain so it was possible to get view of the surrounding landscape on all sides. Even though it was cold, it was a stunning morning. ...
... Japanese war and won the Nobel Peace Prize, he was a Trust Buster -- was on the side of the common man, and he started the movement to preserve vast unique areas in the nation as National Parks -- so future generations can enjoy them too.
The monument was constructed by Lincoln Borglum using model then transferring the measurements to stone using a "point system". First detailed sculptures ...
Last night we went out to Custer, where the Crazy Horse memorial is. It is similar to mount Rushmore where they are carving someone into the Black Hills, but this is a much larger carving. It is of an indian chief called Crazy Horse. It was amazing. They started in ...