Battle Creek Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... br> Finally after a long day we had a relaxing dinner with Mary's cousin Nancy from California and her husband Steve. They are on a 3 month journey through Canada and the US, in their camper. I have a feeling a book may be in their future. Since we missed them when we were in California it was great to get to see them here.
Well that's it for now. We're off to Mt. Rushmore. Stay tuned.
Angelo and Mary.
... group" as we are called left for our first stop- Custer State Park, the home of about 1500 American bison, more commonly called buffalo in these parts. Since they are allowed to roam free one does not know if or how many you might see as you drive the wildlife road through the park. Well today we hit the jackpot as we saw at least 400-500 in several large groupings, mostly right on or near the road. Bulls, females and a lot of calves roaming around the area. We were not allowed out of ...
... example of the man made lakes in South Dakota. We never actually made it to the town of Deerfield since the paved road became a dirt road and most motorcycles try to avoid driving on unpaved roads. So we headed back to Keystone where we stopped for coffee and ice cream - a nice way to spend a ...
What an amazing trip today. We had another early morning today (is a regular occurrence of late). Todd kindly informed us that we needed to wind our watches back an hour. WTF!!!! That means we were at breakfast at 5.30am!!! But we saw so much. We went through the badlands. OMG!!! Beautiful!!!! The naturally carved out mountains and hills were incredible. But the highlight of the day was getting to Mt. Rushmore ...
The Black Hills of SD, Custer State Park, Mount Rushmore...and more
Friday we spent touring the Black Hills of the Park: Iron Mountain Road up to Mt. Rushmore; narrow, windy, 3 tunnels that are one way traffic, with a peek-a-boo view of the Men in the far distance. Pretty amazing to think the sculptures were completed in about 14 years; father & son Borglum.