Cheyenne River Motel
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... the tight greenish pine cones for the approaching winter. Yesterday, the squirrels were directly overhead dropping cones on our roof. MDM yelled "incoming" as I urged him to shoo them away from our RV. What a loud sound the small pincone made.
MDM went back to sleep after retrieving the heater from the basement. I didn't even know he had packed it. Thank goodness! Babe and Sister are sleeping as well and I am enjoying the beautiful view and watching ...
... and off we went after very hassle free rental situation.
First stop Custer City. Very much the image of what you might imagine a typical historic town of the west might be. MDM wanted breakfast, but the cafe was on lunch time, so we had the BEST maple frosted doughnuts 90 cents a piece ever with aromatic coffee.--
Crazy Horse Memorial was a complete surprise. Again, thinking about tourist traps, ... as we approached the ...
... s recent death and his connection to sunflowers. She also let us know that this was a great year to visit South Dakota because the sunflowers were at their peak and when we started west we would see big beautiful fields of sunflowers.
We continued to drive along I90 seeing many brilliant fields of yellow when MDM asked me to drive. It actually was the first time I had driven the RW in in over 18 months,but it was easy to ...
... baked brownies and tea for us! It was so nice to get into the warm and take off our soggy shoes! We showered and talked away to John before starting learning some piano with Kiran ad checking out the creek before dinner (vegetable lasagne and corn bread which was amazing!) We chilled out in the evening all together and watched a film called 'close encounters of a third kind' as it features Devils ...
... visitor's center after riding through much of Badlands National Park.
We tried to stop by for a quick lunch in Scenic, South Dakota, but found once again the down seemed to be deserted. The buildings were true to the town's name, however, styled after an old western town.
We arrived in Rapid City around 4 pm, so with the extra time we decided to tour ...