Bunk House Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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On the way back home, we wanted to make some extra money. So we stopped in Pine Ridge to work for our old family friends, the Hay's, after we filled up gas for $20.58. While we were there, we mowed their lawns for them and did other yard work along with walking there two dogs. We got to stay there for free and ate the food that they made for us.We stayed there for 2 days and on the 27th of September, we will continue to head home.
... a bit. A crumbling chapel/social hall had had roof and pillar reinforcements installed to prevent further decay, but it appeared to have recently lost a large wall anyway. The location of the buildings at this post were marked in a large field through which a walkway wound its way. We didn't go to the cemetery which was a ways down the road.
Leaving Rt 18, we turned onto northbound 385 towards Hot Springs, SD,
... course more pictures. Mike thought I should be careful driving right by the big bulls with my red car. They might attack it. We got to Hot Springs around 4pm for gas. It was only 55 miles to Chadron NE so we got here at 5:45 PM. Found the Buck House Motel for the night. It started to rain and hail while we were waiting for the pizza to arrive. After our fill we were off to ...
One thing I discovered on my journey is that I really, really like caves. So I enjoyed my visit to this park even though the caves were small and rather plain with no stalactites or spectacular formations. They were created by dissolving limestone and their one unique feature is called boxwork which are honeycomb-like structures on the walls and ceilings consisting ...
... of a nationwide spooktacular festival held in Kentucky each year. Sadly, it doesn’t happen until after we head for home, but they were great to chat to, and very interested in our trip.
By then our guide had arrived, a self proclaimed scaredy-cat whose husband normally ran the tours. He was sick, so she was stuck with us. She took us out to the cemetery and pointed out the graves of the victims, then to the Axe Murder House itself. She took a ...