Econo Lodge Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... br> In a somewhat cynical mood we drove to Custer, South Dakota to check into our hotel. Custer, of course, is named after the infamous General George Armstrong Custer who died at Little Bighorn at the hands of Crazy Horse and his friends.
In the mood for more Black Hills beauty, we decided to visit the Custer State Park to observe some ...
Today we were looking forward to seeing our dinner guests, Jane and Grant Keefer. So after Pickleball we did our weekly housecleaning and decided to fit a short ride into Keystone for lunch. We are seeing an increase in the motorcycle traffic now that the Sturgis Rally is in full swing. After dinner, the four of us walked over to the Pavillion to see the Deadwood Express who played amazing Blue Grass music. A good time was had by ...
... that evening for a pyrotechnic show. It seemed like an exciting idea, but our travels took us farther north and returning for a show that would last until 11:00 PM didn't seem reasonable.
We drove the Needles road from Crazy Horse to Mt. Rushmore. Custer State Park charges 15.00 per vehicle to drive this route. We weren't expecting this. I guess it keeps the traffic down through this winding route with narrow roads and even narrower ...
... hail! This was one of those moments when were quite happy to not be in a tent.
The rain stopped and the sun came out long enough for us to visit and enjoy Mt. Rushmore. I must say, while quite impressive, it almost pales in comparison to Crazy Horse (even though the monument isn't done yet). It's interesting to learn that it was the sculptor (Borglum) who chose the subjects he'd carve even though the idea for the monument wasn't his. While the ...
... to Custer to find an Internet connection to begin this blog. Wifi is hard to find in the Black Hills unless you are staying in one of the motels. We found wifi in a recently opened coffee shop located in a old bank building which had been restored. We spent a few hours on the internet there while talking with the friendly staff. The smoothies were really good... We enjoyed the details of the bank building which made os think of the old ...