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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... pong balls with the object of the game to put the ball in all the oppositions cups before they sink all of yours! I happen to be fairly good at this game as we play it a little in England when we go camping in the summer or any other available opportunity. Laura is new to it, when we played in New Zealand it was her first time, but she's actually really quite good. Some of us played while others watched and some cooked a chilli. I think ...
We ended today with a drive through the Custer state Park wildlife drive. Before we even got to that, we saw huge deer several bucks in velvet, pin horn, a turkey, and elk. Down the winding and curvy drive filled with hills, valleys, bridges and sharp bends, we saw mostly deer and more pin horn. We saw a couple buffalo off in the distance. At the top of a hill ...
Left Wall 8 am and got to western entrance of Badlands before 8:30. Spent five hours there. First hour and a half were on Sage Creek Rim Road, a gravel road overlooking Badlands Wilderness Area to the south. Did about a 14 mile loop on this road and stopped at all three overlooks. Also stopped at the Prairie Dog Town and saw about two dozen of them. Kathy was able to get some great pictures of one of them guarding his home. At one of the overlooks saw a herd of bison in the ...
Today we visited the Crazy Horse Memorial taking the bus tour to the front area of the carving and returning in the evening for the laser light show...even though it was raining with tornado warnings! In the afternoon we drove to Jewel Cave NM and took the scenic 1 1/2 hour tour into the ...
... are plentiful and appear to mostly hang out in herds, unlike the way lesser amount of deer I spotted. Once we stopped at the rest area in Moorcraft, debating the route to take, a chance chat with another person who stopped there supported Denis' route so we left I-90 and headed east on the 16 ... said to be more scenic and a shorter route to Mount Rushmore. Parts of the beginning were not much different than the I-90 except it was a two ...