Econo Lodge Custer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... look taller or shorter than they are. I know all these things are explainable, but I didn't have a good explanation for any of them. This reminded me a lot about Discovery's Brain Game. They were messing with our minds.
On the way home we seen some bison and mule deer. Tomorrow will be fireworks in Custer.
Chuck and Sheila Noel
Ate at Cattleman's Steak and Fish Market twice today. Decent food.
Dad spoke with my mother on the phone (she's back at the hotel) and she said she has decided it is best if she flies home. He noted it sounds like she is at peace with the decision. Though I hate to see her leave because she put a lot of time into preparing the trip and was anxiously looking forward to it for a year, I would hate to see her do permanent damage to her body.
... another 500 years before this carving is done. Ah, but that is because they refuse all federal funding and rely on private funding, is the mantra you hear there. And this is where observers differ: Some people are impressed by that, but we were not. We then immediately think that federal funding is refused to prevent federal oversight. Not to go into ...
... the end you stand on a terrance giving you a good view of the front of the memorial. We then walked the half mile Presidential Trail which goes along the base of the mountain. On this trail we could see the presidents from different angles and were able to get some great pictures.
Arrived Custer 8:30 and after checking in at motel had cheese burgers at Dairy Queen. Back to motel and got our bags into room by 10. It was very long day but we enjoyed every minute of it.
... west of the city. There is a definitely a campground “food-chain”, and this one was near the bottom in terms of amenities. But there was some nice frog-serenading all night long, which was a feature you don’t often get. We awoke before 6 am to thunder and lightning, broke down camp in record time before the rain hit and set out for the long trek across Nebraska.
On through Nebraska, and ultimately into southwestern ...