Econo Lodge Custer
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... all the animals far away from any roads.
Driving was frightening—these roads were very narrow, and the oncoming motorcyclists tended to drive almost in the center of the road, forcing me off to the very edge. Plus, not many of the bikes seemed to have real brake lights—it was difficult to see if you were getting closer to the bike ahead until, suddenly, you were closer. Too close. So 25 mph, or less, was the top speed as far as I was concerned. Especially as so ...
... National park and rt 16 in the Blackhills was a fun climb. The Badlands loop road was great up to the last few mile when we had a 10% grade on a narrow twisting road with very steep drop offs on each side. The truck pulled the trailer up the grade with little effort and the trailer followed along without any worries. The ride into the Black hills was a fun; starting in Rapid City at an elevation of 3200ft and finished 30 miles later in Custer a mile above ...
... 69, 69, 69); font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: normal; ">We pulled into camp and saw odd signage explaining that all sites were reserved all the time. This didn't seem right. Half the sites were empty. Finally a friendly ranger offered us the "emergency site" and here we are.
Having seen most of the southern part of Custer State Park by Jeep Grandwagoneer, we decided to take the Needles highway and see the northern part of the park. John really enjoyed not having to drive and actually see things on the Jeep ride but now he got to drive some the the skinniest roads we have been on. We wound ...
... Lakota name Paha Sapa meant Black Mountains. You see, from a distance, the thick spruce and ponderosa pine forests created a dark blanket that contrasted sharply with the light greens and yellow of the encircling prairie grasses.
The Black Hills of South Dakota were holy to the Lakota Sioux and Cheyenne Native Americans. It was a sacred place, but as beautiful as it was in its ruggedness it never became a long-term settlement for them. We had read that ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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