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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... t busy, even though it was Sunday, and there was a great shoulder to ride on. We stopped at Mt. Rushmore and I talked to the information guys there about continuing on a circle route to Custer City and then back on the trail to Hill City. I told him we were biking and wondered if the roads were really busy or were there any huge hills. He told me from that from Rushmore it was all pretty downhill or flat (see today's ...
... post office is attached to the right of the store. We were told that the best find in Aladdin is Cindy B's Pies and we looked forward to stopping in for a little afternoon snack. Being that it was after 5 on a Sunday evening on a holiday weekend, all were closed so we were out of luck. Oh and the store and nearby hotel are both for sale if you are looking for a new business venture! Tomorrow's travels will take us to the Badlands. Hope you come along for the ...
... that they took the time to find us. We took the Vanocker Canyon route which is quite beautiful as you ride the back roads past the green rolling pastures and hills. We decided to stop at Big Mama's for lunch. It's a shacky looking place standing in a pasture of land by the road in Nemo. We come to find out that they ...
... the huge Railroad Museum in Sacramento, but there was an interesting display of artifacts from South Dakota Railroad history. While we were there we experienced thunder like never before. It was so loud that we all thought that a train had run into the building. I’m not exaggerating…it was crazy loud and shook the building.
When we got back to the KOA we realized that the campground ...
This morning we went and had pancakes in a big tent. Then we went "panning for gold." And while Mom was getting stuff ready for Custer State Park we went and played on the HUGE playground. Next, we drove to Custer National Park and tried to find Bison, at first we had NO luck and we thought for sure we weren't going to be able to find any but then... ...