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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... where Wild Bill was buried. Our bus driver was a good storyteller so we got a lot of local lore. Our tour bus company was owned by Kevin Cosner as was much of the town I think. Dave & Cheryl ate in his restaurant, Jake's, but we weren't there at the right time. It didn't open for lunch. From Deadwood we drove on to Mount Rushmore. How impressive! I've seen plenty of pictures of it but in real life, it overwhelms you. A great sense of patriotism comes over you. We ...
... the town of Sturgis, South Dakota, which normally has fewer than 7,000 residents. In the past two days, two riders have died already in accidents.
While there are many bikes on the road, some "bikers" apparently have their bikes shipped in while they fly in to Sturgis' closest airport. We have also seen plenty of cars with a ...
... with ease.
On we go, taking the scenic route across South Dakota to Badlands National Park. As we travel east we cruise along the southern flank of the Badlands, mile after mile of rolling grasslands to the south, a massive reef of spires and pinnacles to the north. Badlands is a young formation, layers of debris washed down from the Rocky Mountains and Black Hills, wildly eroded by rain and ...
... all the signs for the aisle, and couldn't find it... Just before we were going to ask someone for it, I spotted a sign for bathroom tissue.. bahahaha... Man did we laugh! :) We headed off by 9:45, and had decided that we were going to spend the majority of the day driving again. We had booked a spot at the KOA in the badlands in South Dakota. Whilst driving we saw a sign to de Smet, home of Laura Ingall Wilder (author of the little house in the prairie ...
... sidewalk in this little prairie town where only 326 people resided, 326 poor people. Most of them were farmers who'd been wiped out either by the Depression or drought. Christmas was coming, but there was no snow, no sparkling lights — just viciously cold air. Out on the prairie the cold wind whipped up dust devils. Ted could see a Tin Lizzie chugging along the two-laner. Suitcases were strapped to the running ...