Bunk House Motel

Address: 901 E 3rd St, Chadron, Nebraska, 69337, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 901 E 3rd St, Chadron, is near Mari Sandoz High Plains Heritage Center and Pine Ridge National Recreation Area.
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      Day 1! Travel day

      A travel blog entry by cnickel on Jan 31, 2015

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      ... booked. They send two planes out from Denver but now it's foggy. Seriously?!?! The last flight out gets cancelled. They will give us vouchers to stay in Rapid City but that means we would miss our flight in PV again. We are already going to miss a day of vacation We met two other couples that are also going to PV. We make the decision to rent a van and drive to Denver. It's an ...

      Working For OldFamily Friends

      A travel blog entry by shortround56 on Sep 25, 2014

      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.
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      Big Bat's and Red Cloud Indian School

      A travel blog entry by mrighter on Jun 25, 2014

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      ... 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,

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      A haunted house and the aardvarks

      A travel blog entry by caitmel on Sep 12, 2010

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      ... 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 ...

      Day 68 - Big Heads And Bad Lands

      A travel blog entry by thebusmonkeys on Jul 25, 2008

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      ... canyons, flat-topped mesas and serrated towering spires surrounded by large expanses of prairie land.

      As soon as we crossed the boundary into the park we were quite alarmed by a sign which informed people to keep themselves and their pets inside their vehicles as the Prairie Dogs in the area that we were about to pass through were infected with plague! Nice!! Prairie Dogs are small rodents which look similar to Meer Kats or Ferrets and make their homes underground which ...