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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... here’ before it went on its merry way while I looked with great urgency for a place to change my underpants. We stopped for lunch at Uptown Café in a town called Greybull – this was the place that we had been looking for – the archetypal roadside diner where only locals ever venture, where the décor hasn’t changed since the 50s – a place with…character. This was literally a restaurant of two halves: one side smoking; the other ...
We packed up camp again (this time for good?) and wound our way through Yellowstone and out the east gate. We drove and drove and drove across Wyoming, but the varied geography and views and animals were so fascinating that Amy and David loved the drive. And the kids were great, although they looked up from screens only when called to look out at something. The area of Wyoming just east of Yellowstone was gorgeous, with little western ...
Today we had no particular plans other than swim and play Pickleball. Murray dropped me off at the Rushmore Mall at the other end of Rapid City. This is the only mall in the area for miles. The major department stores are Sears, J. C. Penney and Herberger's - the last store being more high end like Macy's. The mall is adequate but I hear people go to Denver, CO for serious ...
... crisply enunciating a brief history of each president and the construction of the monument. Then, as the darkness became deeper, the music swelled the lights came up, and there they were.... This image really doesn't do justice to how striking the scene was.
Saturday, June 21
The next day was pleasantly relaxing. Leah, her two granddaughters, and I headed out to see Deadwood (the nearby "Wild ...
... drove south to Wind Cave National Park. I wasn't really impressed with the cave itself, but the story behind it and the earliest explorers was quite interesting. The most famous early cave explorer was a boy named Alvin McDonald who fell in love with the cave and explored vast swaths of using just a candle and string.
After taking a tour of the cave, I drove back to civilization and spent the night in a warm bed in Rapid City, S.D. What another amazing day!