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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... the canyon lined with walls of granite - absolutely breath taking! We finally reached the hamlet of Nemo - a sleepy little place where you can grab a beer and some lunch and yack with the locals. We decided to carry on down Vanocker Canyon Road to Sturgis for lunch. Not too far into our ride we had to slow down as a Mama deer and her three babies dashed across the ...
... for coffee and petrol, then south to our next destination - Mount Rushmore. It's always a place I wanted to see, but wasn't quite sure what it would be like. Well, it was busier than I imagined. It had 4 multi level carparks to start with, just like a busy shopping centre carpark at Christmas. Then colour coded paths to the entrance just like at an airport. Just in case you had to wait too long in the viewing areas to get to the front of the crowd, there ...
... we reached our long anticipated destination.
Once there, after taking a million photos & helping a few other tourists take their photos, Tony and I took the mile long Presidential Trail along the foot of ...
... into Wyoming. Stopped at a rest area that was likewise closed for Easter Sunday no doubt. Sheridan, Wyoming. Once we hit Buffalo on the I-90 it stated no services for 66 miles... Not having been on much of Highway 50 out of Reno which is said to be the loneliest highway I can't say this was more or less lonely but it was indeed lonely and not especially interesting to look at except to count the pronghorn. I got to 50 and stopped ...
... wonderful experience that everyone should have! You would think the day couldn't get any more fascinating, but then we stumbled upon the rock climbing. We climbed around for a bit and then took our travels to Jewels Cave, where we learned all about stalactites and history and what have you. The whole time is South Dakota was mind blowing! Not to mention we had wonderful hosts!The Camp Owners ...