The Lodge at Palmer Gulch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... ended up getting a motel room for the night. It's hard to believe we could have been so stupid, but it did end up being quite the experience!
The next morning we got up early and biked back to our campsite. We saw a group of wild turkeys and the Crazy Horse monument on the way. It is kind of ironic that we were staying in a campsite that had the nicest showers of our trip and we didn't get to take advantage of that!
... waterfalls between the elevator shafts,. Met with tour 7pm. Free drinks, I had 2 tequilas. Group of 41 people. A table of 10 from New Jersey , 12 East Indians fro Detroit Michigan ! ,6or 8 from Hawaii. , a couple from Newark Ca. & 2 from San Diego. A real mixed group. All seasoned travelers. Relaxed in the room. Wake up call is at ...
... males are kicked out of the herd and were on their own with little experience and fell into this “trap.” At any rate, it was decided that most of the bones would be left in place….and that is what we got to see. The experience was really fascinating.
After leaving we went in search of fuel and food. We found both right across the street from each other when Sydney said…”Hey!!! Let’s go ...
... wet but thankfully we
were inside as 2 more minutes later it was hailing huge balls of
hail. I was actually worried they would crack the front windscreen.
It lasted about 15 minutes, by then we were on our way, trying to
find somewhere to stop and take shelter.
With the weather clearing we decided to
try free place number three on the list. They have the street corners
of the centre of Rapid City set up with life size ...
... monument framed by the tunnel. It is an awesome sight. We come out of the old road onto the new road, with no trees and can see Rushmore clearly. We stop at a pull-off to take yet another picture of the mountain and of the “No Drones” sign. It tickles me on one hand and ****** me off on another that we have to post signs like “No Drones” or “No weapons” because some people are idiots. Oh well…that’s ...