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We began our day bright and early so we could reach our destinations and have the maximum amount of time for sightseeing. Our first stop was "The Corn Palace". Really, you have to Google this place. It's the true meaning of "kitsch". The building is used for shops, basketball games and as an amphitheater. The exterior is covered with murals made …
Got to sleep in a whole extra 15 minutes today as the bus did not leave until 8 AM! A breakfast buffet again today where the feature was French toast sticks and bacon. Both were pretty good. Zoe treated herself to a big bowl of Cheerios.
The weather was cloudy and cool this morning with a threat of showers but that did not deter us- our rain wear was safely stowed in the closet of our room! The good news is it only spit a few minutes late in the ...
... pronghorn antelope, more begging burros, and more prairie dogs. They have these jeeps for the Buffalo Safari Tour that I keep seeing all over the place. I mean, maybe they take them off-roading to some secret spot and tell them funny buffalo stories, but I keep seeing them on the same road I’m on that I’m driving for free.
Next we decided to drive Iron Mountain Road to Mount Rushmore. Iron Mountain is a ...
After our harrowing experience getting to and into Billings, it was wonderful to wake up to a bright blue, clear sky with plenty of sunshine!
We hit the road and headed east again on I-90 until we hit Hwy. 212. This highway is a shortcut to the Black Hills that runs through the Crow Indian and the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservations. We stopped in Hardin just before entering the ...
... that up to 20,000 people visit Wall Drug on a typical summer day.
We had our fill of Wall Drug fairly quickly and carried on to Rapid City. Our intention was to find a room there but our first inquiries at hotels had room prices at upwards of $200. That wasn't going to work for us so we went to the tourist information office and told them our sad story of being 'homeless". The lady ...