Super 8 Redfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 8217;s nice, quiet little place with mostly people like us going through.
Tomorrow, our plan is to head over to Wall, SD and spend some time there before heading over to Custer. We found a campground on the advice of Bridgette & Bob Castro. We plan to stay in the Custer area for a few days to see all the beautiful sights there.
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... huge orangutan, a fossa, grizzly bears, a tortoise enclosure that you could enter, and a gorgeous horse carousel built in 1926.
Back at our campsite on Lake Herman, the kids ran to the playground while Rees and I cooked dinner. We read and turned ...
... to all 50 states! That’s right, he’s only missing North Dakota. We’re postponing that trip until tomorrow.
I was the only one who ventured outside today. I drove 3 miles into town (Madison, SD) to stock up on food supplies. What a cute town! Three blocks of small antique shops, clothing stores, a brewery, coffee shop, and even an e-cigarette lounge (what exactly is ...
Not wanting to prolong our stay at Prairie Rose, we headed out after eating breakfast and doing school work. We headed north on Rt. 29, stopping at a rest area to microwave soup and make sandwiches. (It was raining hard. That's the beauty of driving a motorhome – we don’t even have to get out to use the bathroom and make lunch!)
We are camping at Lake Herman ...
... The rain got lighter and lighter and finally I could raise my visor and see clearly. I was finally ahead of the storm which was headed to Aberdeen.
My navigation gave me the option to ride in the heart of the storm heading north then toward Watertown SD and then north to Aberdeen. That would have actually kept me out of the storm but this country is so big it seemed I would be riding into the worst part of it. I made the ...