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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... be cool to go back and see some of the daytime exhibits and there is a show.
We returned to our camper around 9:30 and dogs were pretty darned happy to see us! It's only about 42 degrees here tonight so we put the heat on so neither the dogs or us turn to popsicles.
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... thought we were going to slip and slide right back down the mountain! (We almost did coming down. We really had to HOLD ON to the side of the giant rock formations and turn our feet sideways.) It's wild that you’re on the edge of multiple rock formations with huge drops, and there are no railings, chains, warning signs, etc. The views at the top were so rewarding.
After eating our packed lunches at a ...
... do his business this morning, and chipmunks at Rushmore.
The blog has been challenging here as there is virtually no wifi in the camp even with our own hot spot. So we go to a restaurant and have lunch and do our upload of what I wrote the night before and our photos. Oh just so you know you get the cream of the crop of our pictures. Yesterday for example Peg took over 150 shots that we saved – not counting the ones too blurry shooting out of a moving ...
Day 2; Stop 1: Custer, South Dakota After leaving Lusk (with a full tummy of made to order omelets) we drove across the boarder (after many hours of farmland and cows) to South Dakota, our state of the day. The Crazy Horse Memorial was our first stop. Driving through the Black Hills National Forest was eerie yet intriguing. The forest was half burnt down, leaving stumps and fallen beasts over the ...
Tonight I'm blogging from Mt. Rushmore due to the fact that our cabin has no service. This morning we woke up at Lake Minatare and went to the land based lighthouse on the property (Jordan said its made for tiny people like me because he hit his head walking up the stairs) From there we drove to Hot Springs, grabbed some lunch, drove around Wind Cave National Park and went to The ...