The Crow Peak Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This morning Jane gave us an official tour of the fish hatchery. It was my first trip to a fish hatchery so I was fascinated. Grant was working (volunteering) at the train car. It was an exact replica of the cars that transported the fish to different parts of the country. It was an interesting science on how they did it. Later in the afternoon, Grant and Jane took us for a drive to nearby Belle ...
... sprawl. A very welcoming town. We really like it here…and we had some excellent
pizza at the Dough Peddler.. Dan bought a pair of hiking boots he is still moaning
about ( $$$$ ).Yes… the town was inspiring, I caught Dan, on camera, putting a donation in the box at the fish hatchery. (He deleted the incriminating evidence...Sorry!)
Off to Sheridan, WY tomorrow, and on to Yellowstone's East entry point.
The Kemps & Chapman's went to Deadwood, SD for breakfast and watched the '76ers parade.
Came back to Spearfish and Bob worked on lawnmowers and the yard.
I caught/shot a photo of 10 Turkeys coming home from dinner tonight.
Jean & I are going to Merle Haggard tonight at the Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel & Casino.
Check out Bob working and the Turkeys.
The Jopke's should be in about noon ...
... staying in the parks; today it's very cheap to spend the night, typically $10. On Sunday I explored the park itself and found the vistas just breathtaking - it's a pity so few people are there to see the park for themselves.
The next day I drove along Highway 83 to the South Unit of the park and stayed at the Medore Campground. In the evening I went to the Medora Musical nearby. The program began with ...
... is brought back to full beauty. Custer State Park has the world's largest herd of free-running bison, and we were not disappointed. We passed a small camping ground which was surrounded by large bull bison. Further down the road, we saw a lot of cow and calf bison. At around 11:30 a.m., Paul dropped us off at Mt. Rushmore. It was amazing to see the stunning granite faces of Washington, ...