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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
- Multilingual staff
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... lifetime - not to mention I heard on the down-low that Korczak's design may be flawed and the outstretched arm will never be able to support itself. The project is not state or federally funded, it's funded by donations and admission fees to the memorial. And to put the size of the thing into perspective, the Mt Rushmore carvings would fit into the head of Crazy Horse. It's a massive undertaking and when they finish it ...
... Hills again and the sun even came out! So we cruised through Keystone, past Mount Rushmore and on to Hill City where we stopped for lunch. After sauntering down the main street of Hill City we rode our motorbike along the 1880 Steam Train route back to Keystone where we toured the Rushmore Borglum Museum. It gave us an even greater appreciation for Gutzon Borglum. Not only did he sculpt the Presidents on Mount Rushmore but he sculpted 175 pieces ...
... in the title of today's post: At 2:25...once again WE RAN OUT OF ROAD!!!??? We couldn't believe it. Again a sign appeared saying "gravel road ahead" and Wait for Pilot Car! AARRRGGHHH! Crossing the state line into South Dakota at 2:45, we thought that at last we were free...not so fast, grasshopper! Shortly after crossing into SD, we saw a little variation on the theme. THAT sign said "No Paved Road for the Next Four Miles." Sigh. ...
... Missouri we lost phone service and wouldn’t regain it until entering Washington roughly 10 days later. The great northwest must be on Virgin Mobile’s “to-do” (or “never-will”) list. Our only tether to the real world for that stretch was the i-Pad and its mostly-reliable Verizon data link. So, if anybody has texted or called and left a message, there’s a good excuse for us not getting back to you!
... in torrents a few miles down the road. We drove the mile long hill up to the town of Lead (long e) to find a place to stay. All places were full. Back down the hill to Deadwood. Stopped at a homey place called the Cedar Wood Inn and there was a room open. Yay! This turned out to be the nicest motel we stayed in in South Dakota. Owned by a couple, impeccably clean, small, rustic but homey, friendly people staying there. After checking in we ...