Days Inn Rapid City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... affectionately dub 'the middle of nowhere.’ We made it to a state park in North Dakota, which is surrounded by nothing. On Saturday we drove south to (yep, you guessed it) South Dakota. The entire day, we were surrounded by just an occasional hill and an occasional cow. There was just grasslands as far as the eye could see. For six hours.
We changed our plans a bit so we could stay two nights in South Dakota. As ...
... on through some of the largest oil and gas fields in the north of the US - wide open farmland dotted with pumps and valve stations - with cattle grazing in between!!! Quite bizarre! Later in the afternoon we ran into a large rain storm which slowed our progress a bit - Greg had to back off from the 80mph speed limit (he was pushing a little over it most times too) and as the rain cleared we arrived in Sturgis, home of the famous motorcycle rally! The 74th event had been ...
Today was another beautiful sunny day and we decided to drive over to Custer for the Gold Discovery Days. We packed up a picnic lunch and off we went. Custer was a beehive of activity. There was a classic car show and we wandered around many beautifully restored cars. The main street stores had sidewalk sales and there was a section for children with jumping houses and games. Country music could ...
... President Jefferson, the third President, represents Expansion. Louisiana Purchase * President T Roosevelt, the twenty sixth President, represents Development. Panama Canal & National Parks * President Lincoln, the sixteenth President, represents Preservation. Saved the Union during Civil War The weather was threatening with thunderstorms, so we made a quick walk around the Presidential Trail. The trail takes you closer to the monument and ...
Started the day with a visit to Walmart as we needed some things - still no Walmartians spotted! Then we went to Bear Country USA - a great park where you drive around and see the Native American wildlife - we saw reindeer, white tail deer, brown bears, black bears, arctic fox, bison - to name just a few. Great experience to get so close to some of these animals.
Off to Mt Rushmore to see the four presidents carved into the mountain - it really ...