Days Inn Wall
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This is the only hotel in Wall that had laundry service and that is our sole reason for choosing it and the only reason for the 5 star rating. They are friendly here but the laundry is in the basement and it smells like a musty old house. I hate that smell.
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7 degrees this morning at 7:30 after our Cracker Barrel breakfast. What's with all the grits. No thank you Alice I don't want any. The forecast was calling for a 30% chance of rain. The further east we travelled the darker the skies got. I was planning on stopping in at Sturgis to pick up a couple shirts for my buddies back home who couldn't make …
... is an amazing story. It is not a federal or state project because Ziolkowski turned down federal money. He didn't want to burden taxpayers. It operates now as a nonprofit organization. There is an entrance fee and fund raisers. It is a huge complex with a museum, cultural center, restaurant, gift shop and the Indian University. The weather was not good when we got here, lots of rain, so we didn't walk around as much as we would have liked. We did see Crazy Horse and ...
... not to walk into the high prairie grass.
We stopped at various overlooks to enjoy the vistas and saw Bighorn sheep in the distance. And we drove along a gravel road looking in vain for the 800 strong American Bison herd that roams there, but only found their dung and a ...
... it in person. I can never get sick of looking at it.
We got settled into our site and ventured out for a ride. There are all kinds of loop roads you take and everywhere you look is nothing but beauty. I sound like a broken record, but I can't help it --- I love it here.
Although we are in the KOA campground within the Badlands, we are actually staying in the town of Interior which has a population of 67. We went to town for ...
... the roof and the wind gusted against us. At this point we were ready to leave the park - mud spattered and happy. I'll never forget the beauty of that hike.
Leaving the park, we drove N on Rt 240 towards Cactus Flats. We stopped at one last overlook in the park, but didn't get out of the car because it was still raining. I felt like we hadn't spent enough time in the Badlands, but we did savor some short highlights of it. Before getting on I-90, ...