Sylvan Lake Lodge
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... in the background...perfect for our Wild West sojourn! We pulled out of camp at 7:55 this morning, because we decided to eat and drive since we knew we were going to have a long travel day today. The temperature was 70 degrees with a few sprinkles of light rain as we started out. Later, for a little while, we had some heavier showers. By the end of the day, we were still overcast, but at least the temps were lower...82 when we pulled ...
We headed to Mount Rushmore via the ROAD, a very winding, curvy, high road! Peyton want thrilled at all, poor thing. It was neat to be able to see the monument from afar as we pulled over on a viewing area. Peyton used her yellow binoculars. It's interesting to try to explain these types of things, historical and monument. We said "look for 4 presidents heads in the mountain". I can only imagine what she is thinking. She asked what a president was...the ...
... There is a bathhouse across from us though, although it’s really small and there’s ALWAYS a line.
After we checked in, we rode around the Wildlife Loop Rd. We saw buffalo, lots of deer, and some burros. They call them begging burros and people stand out there and feed them all kinds of junk. Lots of people had carrots though and they followed them all over the place. One cute little bitty girl was feeding them corn flakes, and ...
... room". More groups choose heaven, but I was so happy when mine overwhelmingly opted for hell. A twisting climb down through many narrow and small passages. I was surprised at how little light the lanterns gave off. And when we reached the dungeon it was, of course, a dead end so we had to do the whole thing again in reverse. A great little romp and more exercise at one time than I have had in years. It made the whole trip ...
... Jessica said I need to enjoy the present more. This summer freedom thing hasn't hit me yet, but the feeling is becoming more frequent. Jessica made eggs and we took in the views and air until we were the only people left in the campground. We took off to hike a bit and found Andrew's favorite, the Fossil Trail. Every 20 yards or so there is a fossil on display. Many important dinosaurs and extinct mammals were originally found in the Badlands and Black Hills. Across ...