Travel Blogs from Pierre
Decided to stay at a motel tonight. Miss my rv and all the creature comforts. Sometimes it's good to see how the other half live. Not often, but sometimes. Will be heading to Aberdeen, SD tomorrow.
That is where Mary and Sue's relitives live. Will probably stay until Friday and leave Saturday morning. Hope to visit Don and Kathleen on the way …
... Pa and Mary lived. Even though I had never read any of the books (well..I tried to) I felt like I really knew the story and about the people involved. Lebon, our tour guide, was great. She did a really great job at making you interested and she turned everything into a joke which kept making us laugh. After that experience I really want to take another stab at the books! ...
... 4 walleye a day; 6 northern pike; 5 bass. Local hotels and motels offer fish cleaning and storage facilities; my Days Inn has that, and free minnows too.
I’ve got a South Dakota Tribal Lands booklet too; nine tribes, collectively known as Sioux, are in the state. The Crow Creek Reservation is just east of Pierre (Janelle told me that’s her tribe); the Lower Brule Reservation is just across the Missouri from that ...
... right off a major road. It was still early and stormy, so perhaps they were just enjoying some quiet scenery as we were.
Once we reached South Dakota, our first stop was to see Mt. Rushmore. After seeing these images in school books and on many postcards, the boys and Geula were interested in seeing it firsthand. Across the board, it was less impressive than they had imagined it would be. Nonetheless, it was one of those "things ...
It was a chilly morning -- only 68 degrees, brrrrrr. But it made it up to the high 80's (perfect!) later in the day. We drove through the Ft. Pierre National Grasslands (flat; you can see for miles) and the Badlands National Park. The Badlands are like a smaller version of the Grand ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed