- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Hot tub
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... hell to stay positive, but I think Molly had had enough. She was kind of laughing and crying at the same time, and the kids were wondering what had happened to her! I knew how she was feeling though, and figured I'd better put on a calm, brave face and take care of things. Since the batteries were new (bought those in Chico, CA) I figured it was the alternator. I had it tested at Napa and they confirmed it, so I got a recommendation ...
... 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 ...
... to the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site to get tickets for the tour. Since we were so early, we were on the first tour. They only take 6 people on each tour, so tickets are pretty limited. I didn’t realize it, but there were a lot of missiles all over South Dakota (and other states) during the cold war. They had these huge cables running underground from the missiles to the launch control site. The tour is of the launch control site and ...