Super 8 Chamberlain
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- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
- Indoor pool
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South Dakota is famously home to Mount Rushmore, but it's also been making room for a second colossal mountain carving that, when finished, will dwarf the four presidents.
The sculpture in progress is of the Lakota warrior Chief Crazy Horse astride a stallion with his arm and pointed hand stretched out over the horse's mane. It's ...
... thing I see at the pullover. Seriously, it was 200 degrees outside! Liam and Ryan were the only 2 that joined me to venture down to the canyon overlook. Liam was totally appropriately dressed in his SWEATPANTS!!! I asked him to snap Ryan and I to document that we too ventured out. The other 3 thought the view was fine from the RV Ryan quickly retreated back to the Beast so as not to melt. Liam and I walked a little further and saw these ...
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... sky was alight with full life in bolt ziggers!! The pounding rain and thunderous booms were exaggerated ten fold against our metal box. Somehow our wits were lost and we thought it was a possibly that our propane tanks would get struck and explode our guts, instead of striking the ground and being grounded by our rubbers! We were terrified by our extreme irrational fears, the kabombs and brightness were unreal. The very legitimate and rational fear we did ...
While Ricci slept, we sped through Illinois and Wisconsin, dodging pantechnicons and the paraphernalia of perpetual roadworks, all in the driving rain. We crossed the mighty Mississippi into misty Minnesota; found another glorious national park, and fell into bed around 2 am to the sound of rain on the roof. Morning revealed a lush forest, still mantled in mist, and we set off along a ...