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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Multilingual staff
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When we arrived in Custer things were just getting a little monotonous, a similar routine day to day made it seem like there wasn't much between getting up and going to bed. Long driving days were beginning to take their toll and the camp food wasn't up to much as a general rule. Once we had our tents up we decided to play beer pong, a traditional American drinking game involving 10 cups, with beer in, at either end of the table and ...
... 3. As we started the truck, the battery light came on. I was hoping it was because we had left a few things charging in the truck overnight and hadn't driven it much. I checked the battery charge and figured we could get it to the next campground and then see how things looked. So we made the drive, checked the batteries, and realized that they weren't charging. At this point, it all started to feel a little too unreal, and I was ...
... mapped. Did one of the tours for an hour or so, having lunch while we waited for our tour time to arrive. Descended and ascended in elevators which is new for us.
The last stop for the day was 20 miles down the road at Wind Cave on their 6pm (and last) tour. Almost didn't happen, as we were stuck in roadworks on leaving Jewel Cave for about 20 minutes, and arrived with only one minute to spare. Somewhat different to Jewel Cave. Still small passages, ...
STATS 443 miles, 1742 in total Travel time: 11 hours We started at 8 am and got both types of fuel without incident. The closer we got to South Dakota the more vibrant the landscape…of course we had to drive through more than 400 miles of Wyoming first (which included a 15 minute highway construction stop) to see it. We are really hoping that when we exit Mount Rushmore on the other side of WY we see ...
... Highway can be) with Dolly having her "death grip" on the passenger door arm rest. Instead of camping tonight, because of the cold and possibility of rain we opted for a motel. Not the best we've ever stayed at, but it does have a floor, four walls, a ceiling and bathroom - with wifi and some heat. That's all we need. Enough for tonight, tomorrow we're heading into the central hills. Good night!
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi