Travelodge Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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It was a dark gloomy morning. When waking up I knew this was going to be a different type of day. the birds weren't chirping the people weren't singing. When I made it to rapid city I had a random blow out. I struck the wheel many times knowing something bad was going to happen. An hour later I got back on the road and to my cheap run down hotel at the Lazy U motel. I decided to take my rest and wait until tomorrow to continue my ...
... few people, in the 14 years it took to build). I’d been told that the Crazy Horse monument was better and although it’s grander in scale it’s not yet finished (our guide estimated another 20 years) and you can’t that close for a decent picture. We did see some wild antelope and bison in the Custer State Park but Cameron was more impressed at being able to feed the chipmunks on the Needles Highway. The local winery was a bit duff (there are a ...
... only it was bikers. It was actually easier to cruise down Main Street than to walk. The sidewalks were loaded with bikers and onlookers making it difficult to even walk side by side as a couple - perhaps this is how a salmon feels swimming upstream. Oh, and there was lots of eye candy for the guys to take a peripheral glance - girls wearing pasties and even less with body paint. But then there were some people that this risqué way ...
7/14/14 Today is Angie and Sean 4th Anniversary talked to her earlier today they are in Destin Fl. and going out tonight I hope they have a great time. she sent me pictures an it is so pretty love the blue/green water and white sand. Today we went over to Deadwood it is where Wild Bill Hickok was killed at the No.Ten Saloon they still have his chair he was killed in on display it was neat we went to where he was buried and Calamity Jane ...
... this huge and very fierce buffalo. I had only glanced at it on our way in and thought it was made of leather or some other pliable substance. As we left the restaurant, however, the rain had eased a bit, so I could get close enough to see that it was actually made of thousands of bits of metal, individually shaped and layered. It was really stunning.
Finally, to bed and the next day's drive to Sioux Falls.