Sylvan Lake Lodge
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We had a cold drink and it was a nice stop after the drive
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Mount Rushmore is a must see on bucket list!!Had lunch at Red's Chicken house BBQ in Keystone was good. The stopped to see the chain saw cravings at Dahl chain saw craving.Went back and got the dogs then went for a scenic drive to Custer's National Park, Black Hills National Park and to the Needles Highways and back to the rv park. WAs an breath taking drive!!
Wow, the wind REALLY got going at 5:00 this morning. I checked my phone for weather alerts, and sure enough, there was a strong wind advisory with gusts of up to 60 mph. This is when you start getting nervous about being in a motorhome parked under huge trees. Rees & I got out of bed at 5:15 to take in the awning and put away everything in our campsite (chairs, mat, grill, shoes). Luckily, we went back to sleep.
... had built in me a burning curiosity to see this beacon of cheesiness located in the middle of nowhere. And I was not disappointed! What an amazing sight. The store itself is huge, encomp************** city block and containing a donut shop, a restaurant, a wedding chapel, an art gallery, and a courtyard that holds a giant T-Rex. And souvenirs of every description, from Indian jewelry priced in the hundreds of dollars to cheap dolls ...
... miles upon miles of pastures with no houses, only an occasional cattle handling pen.
There were lots, 1000’s, of round bales stacked up from last year and farmers were starting to bale this year’s as well. The hay stacks were scattered all over the hundreds of acre fields some had fencing around them so cattle could be in the pasture. We are guessing they feed right out of those fields or since they were close to the road perhaps the fences were ...
... Thomas Jefferson vanilla icecream, we parted ways and Murray and I continued our ride on Hwy 244 where we encountered our first mountain goat on the roadside, to Hill City and back to Keystone. This seemed like a good place to relax and sip on a cup of coffee. Murray settled on a comfortable bench while I checked out a few stores. It was another wonderful ...