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- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the park for the sunset and star gazing.
It's nice to have a plan, even if it changes....
The ranger had prepared us for bison, mule deer, heat( bring plenty of water) sturdy hiking boots ( lots of brush and muddy banks) and a map( it is easy to get lost in amongst the hills). Check. We were prepared. Glad I thought to bring my hiking stick.
He failed to mention rattlesnakes.
Not many people get out ...
... road again with the goal of hitting the Walmart in Dickinson to stay overnight. At this point we are back in the Prairies and I am enjoying the storm watching of black clouds in the distance until Bo points to the trees that are bending almost horizontal and says " wow I am really getting thrown around out here" it is then that I realize that we are driving into the storm. The wind is crazy - like nothing I have experienced before. Suddenly a white Ford pulls up beside us ...
Thursday morning dawned bright and beautiful and we headed north, through Wyoming and South Dakota, where we saw some interesting sights along the way. The land got flatter and flatter until we arrived at our destination, Teddy Roosevelt National Park, the Badlands of North Dakota. It was here that Roosevelt first fell in love with America's wilderness lands - that "romance" led to his being responsible for saving over 230 ...
... horn antelopes, and an elk. The first shot of a buffalo we took, we saw a lady on the opposite side of the road looking up to the top of a very steep hill and trying to take photos. Peg was able to get out and turn around and get a great shot of a very big bull buffalo right at the top of the hill.
The terrain on the way to and fro was long rolling hills principally in pasture with lots of cattle. There were some corn fields and bean fields but mostly pasture. We ...
This morning, as we continued north, we saw the "Full Throttle", and then the "Broken Spoke". I had envisioned these biker venues being nearer to Sturgis and the interstate, but they are several miles north of town, especially the Broken Spoke. Also, they are huge!
Today was a major milestone for us and the "nude Alfa". This was the day that we crossed into North Dakota which meant that we could now proclaim that we have ...