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TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Sky Lodge Rapid City
Located on the south side of Rapid City (toward Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse), but not as close as, say, Keystone. The price is what lured us to book a room here (not to mention that they HAD a room available when we called on the day we were arriving). Good continental breakfast.
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Great day! The good weather, roads and friends to travel except _________ not to name names.
From Murdo we drove to 1880 town to have breakfast at a great railroad diner. After breakfast we drove to Wall Drug to have the water and do the tourist trap stop. I let Dave drive today so off to the Badlands and 32 miles of dirt on Sage Creek Rim Road …
... a raging success, the spuds bloody shocking. Burnt on the outside and solid as a rock on the inside.
Wednesday night we camped in Merrick State Park, Wisconsin. It was right on the banks of the Mississippi River. Another night of fire and star gazing was ruined just a little by the millions of mozzies that were around. By the way, I forgot to mention that when we camp in state parks we get to play bat tennis, which is ...
... persons who have ever served are invited onto the stage (must have 60 of them) and then flag is lowered and foiled. A very worthwhile optional tour - we are doing all 6 optional tours which is making us so busy, but we will only be here once and may as well see and experience it all. John is sleeping again while I am tapping away.
... hill. We're so close to nature here. Even the wild flowers lining the road were beautiful. We detoured to Custer for a coffee break and some shopping. On the way home, we cruised on the Needles Road, one of our favorite routes. The drive takes you through granite needle-like formations - hence the name. The Cathedral Spires formations can also be seen. Every turn in the winding road presents spectacular views to behold and with the sufficient rains, the landscape is emerald ...
... the actual blasting and carving work. If you are in the Black Hills you really should come see Crazy Horse - but don't make a special trip just for this. After Mt Rushmore was created several indians decided they wanted to make a monument that showed that they too had heros that should be memorialized on a mountain. So they recruited the carver, Korczak Ziolkowski, to carve Chief Crazy Horse. Korczak had been a carver on Mt Rushmore before he took on ...