Mobridge Kountry Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We continued our travels east making a quick stop in the state capital of North Dakota Bismarck. The day we arrived the temperature was 90°. The day we ventured to the capital a cold front moved down from Canada dropping the temperature for the days high at 50 degrees with pouring rain. So I was unable to ...
Since we are greatly enjoying this area in far west South Dakota, we were fortunate enough to be able to add another day in this campsite. I was so cold last night ,I slept in my T shirt and yoga pants since my winter pjs are packed away in the "basement" of the RV. Good thing today will be a slow day for sightseeing since we need to winterize.
A squirrel is entertaining me while I write. He is brownish red and smaller than Tennessee squirrels and ...
... We ended up giving a donation to the Center (more than the entrance fee would have been) because we were were so grateful for the experience.
We left headed toward Needles, when we decided to drive by Mt. Heady the tallest peak west of the Swiss Alps and east of the Rockies. Then realizing we were just 5 miles from Mt. Rushmore, we pressed on.This was a definite bucket list must see, so I was eager for my first look. It did ...
When leaving our Army Corps of Engineer site on the Missouri River we saw white pelican's in the Missouri River right below the dam. MDM first saw one and I couldn't believe pelican's were in South Dakota! We saw 3 more as we drove out of the park. We stopped to fuel up at the junction of interstate 90 at the most clean and organized convenience store I've ever experienced. The clerk was very pleasant,telling us a touching personal story about ...
We headed west towards the Badlands, which provided a great opportunity to test of the rain gear. The rain started out light as we packed up at the hotel in the morning, but quickly changed to a steady pour as we reached the highway. Luckily the road was very deserted, which seemed to be a common theme in South Dakota.
We reached the Badlands around 10 am, stopping ...