The Lodge at Palmer Gulch
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were threatening rain and by noon, it was pouring! We ate lunch at our favorite little Hubcap Diner, hoping that the rain would cease by the time we were done. But no, it wasn't meant to be and after a group picture and short meeting we headed out, one by one, following the organizer who was driving a big Red Bull truck. There were 250 trikes registered online for this ...
... fee. I enjoyed the following hour or so. I’m not sure why exactly but it was nice wandering around the grounds, particularly as you can walk along the base of it through a forest away from the lazy crowds. The weather is near perfect and it’s just generally a nice place. The monument itself is pretty impressive, it’s perhaps not as large as I imagined but it’s cool nonetheless. A couple of Americans took our pictures in return for us taking theirs. They ...
... in the audience go to the stage and take down the flag. There were probably 40 of them.
Our hotel for the night was a Quality Inn that is adequate but doesn't have a gym. (steak for dinner and no gym, I am in the dog house!) The plan for Tuesday is to drive to Cody WY via Sturgis, South Dakota where there is an annual Laconia-like bike week in August. Bill wants to scope it out for a future trip.
... to Custer to find an Internet connection to begin this blog. Wifi is hard to find in the Black Hills unless you are staying in one of the motels. We found wifi in a recently opened coffee shop located in a old bank building which had been restored. We spent a few hours on the internet there while talking with the friendly staff. The smoothies were really good... We enjoyed the details of the bank building which made os think of the old ...
... for the name is that it is decorated all over, inside and out, with different colored corn. Every year, they choose a different theme, panels are designed, corn harvested and lots of volunteers make the display which stays up until the following year. At first, there were only 3 different colors of corn, but now there are 13! This has been going on since 1892 and it is the 3rd building (the first 2 were made of wood and had ...