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The day started off well with poptarts and coffee. We started hiking early so that we could beat the heat. That plan didn't work because it was already really hot. We took the Notch trail which was kind of crowded then we hiked the Window trail next, which was my favorite. What was cool about the hikes was that you could get up close to the rock …
July 4th we spent in Custer State Park. We took the Iron Mt Road into the park, which didn't offer many scenic views, but it still had some interesting road work: tunnels that framed Mt Rushmore, pigtail bridges, and divided two lane roads. We were greeted by a pack of mules at the entrance of the park which cause a bit of traffic jam. They were …
This is the PLAN Dick and Barb Lynch will try to follow....leave Greenville, SC very early on Tuesday, June 7. Spend first night in Mt Vernon, IL--about 654 miles. Lunch/Dinner at Starnes in Paducah, KY--almost worth the whole trip! Wednesday, June 8, North Sioux City, South Dakota--another 530 miles. Anything goes. Thursday, June 9, Custer State …
... of the wildlife loop in Custer State Park. It wasn't long before we came upon the first large herd of buffalo slowly grazing on the knee high grass. What was unique about this herd over those we saw yesterday were the large numbers of buffalo calves that were about a month or so old.
A bit further around the loop, and around a corner we saw several cars pulled over to the side of the road and about 10 wild burros eating grass. We turned around ...
... we arrived at Wind Cave National Park in south western South Dakota. This area is beautiful, prairie, but gentle, green, rolling hills! After picking up our ranger pack we toured the Natural Entrance tour of Wind Cave, 250 feet below the surface. It was great and the 11 degrees Celsius was a welcome relief!
Camping at the primitive Elk Mountain Campground was peaceful. We could hear the ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBlue Bell Lodge Custer
The campsite is really scenic, at least where our campsite is. We're a short walk to the showers and bathrooms and they are clean. Not to far from the grocery and horseback stables.
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