- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Concierge desk
- Smoking rooms available
- Banquet room
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... our family was safe when so many still did not know the fate of theirs. Today once again the wilderness was calling us. The best way for us to deal with the emotions that bubble to the surface on this date was to return to nature for contemplation and healing. We traveled back through Custer SP to hike a portion of the Centennial Trail, a 111-mile long trail that meanders through the Black Hills. Today we went clockwise on the wildlife ...
... to protect a cave. We learned that Wind Cave is one of the longest and most complex caves in the world and is famous for a rare formation known as boxwork, which are honeycomb-shaped formations. It was very different from our VA caverns with their stalagmites and stalactites! Our tour guide Don was incredibly knowledgeable - he has been leading tours at this cave for 48 years. Our group traveled down 300 steps while in the cave and walked over 2/3 ...
... and vaccinate the calves prior to auction. Huge crowds come out to watch cowboys and cowgirls roundup and drive the buffalo, a critical management tool in maintaining a strong and healthy herd. It reminds me of the Annual Pony Roundup in Chincoteague, VA in July. I'll bet it is quite a sight to behold. The wild burros in the park sure seemed very domesticated to me, as a welcoming party lined up on the road as we drove through their area of the park. Obviously they ...
... driver to take over! 1843 miles from home, 4 days.... We finally made it! Thank you Bus driver AND Thank you Baby Jesus! All nestled into our little space in the campgrounds for the next few days. Ahhhhhhhhh! Hubby's gonna have a Disaronno and I've made myself a Hot Toddy.... It's chilly up here on this mountain and I have a scratchy throat.... Yep! Two good reasons. Time to rest! .....I'll chat more later in the day (as in daylight) about this great Super Bus ...
... showed us the original entrance where the first explorers came through. It was high above our heads and we couldn’t believe that the explorers hadn’t fallen to their deaths. Currently, Jewel Cave is the third longest cave in the world, with just over 166 miles of mapped passageways, but there are lots of passageways yet to be explored. The longest cave ...