The Lodge at Palmer Gulch
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... 5 cent coffee and home made pie at The Keystone House. Yummy! The clouds looked threatening so we headed for home. The rain finally arrived around 7:00 pm. We lost our satellite signal due to the rain and the local cable was flashing flash flood warnings in the Rapid City area. Glad we're safe and dry but I couldn't help think about all those poor bikers that are camping in tents. They could get flooded out because it's nasty out ...
... 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.
... a campsite at the base of Harney Peak, 7260 feet- highest mt in SD. In the morning, we put on our hiking boots and headed up the trail to Harney Peak, about 3.5 miles. This got our hearts pumping .. at the top was a stone tower which we had viewed from a distance as we hiked. 2.5 hours up the climb we reached the tower where the views included sd, wy, co mt and neb. Around the tower were many colorful fags ala Nepal. This area is ...
... After we went through the Badlands we then headed to a little place called Wall Drug. This was a beautiful little town and has got a great history to it. We had lunch here and for the first time since i arrived in America, the food was good. I have had nice meals dont get me wrong, but they have been at resturants. No this was at a cafe and it was decent food. There is so much here that we need to get in Australia, a cafe like the one ...