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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who's lived in South Dakota her whole life and has big dreams to finish school. On Sunday it's time to pack up and go. I lick my now gambling losses goodbye as we pack up, ship our souvenirs back home, eat breakfast and dress in layers to face the now cool and cloudy South Dakota weather. Soon the ground is flying beneath us again as we travel Northwest to Red Lodge, Montana. The road is wide open now. The sea ...
After a short hop from Sturgis, SD, Wes arrived in Belle Fourche (pronounced "Bell Foosh") to meet our host Carol Christianson. Carol is a friend from Oshkosh Airventure and Wealth of knowledge about this area of S. Dakota, in addition to being the worlds most gracious host!
CarolAnn arrived from Ft. Collins, CO on Tues and promptly tucked the Rans in a hangar to avoid the vicious thunderstorms that have been ...
... should see the Termesphere Gallery. We were lucky to meet Dick Termes, the artist. His work (painted spheres with a six point perspective) was a brilliant mix of mathematical calculation and artistic creativity. Imagine both sides of the brain working in harmony to create such beauty! You can investigate his gallery further at www.termespheres.com. We came home and Jane and Grant stayed for dinner at our ...
... Although, the small center is closed do to a Pow Wow 150 miles away, we visit and have lunch with an old Oglala Sioux woman and her husband who are selling Indian Tacos and hot dogs. The operation was modest and probably not acceptable to the FDA but it was authentic. She is saddened by the fact that she has to pay 9% tourist tax to the government on everything that she sells. Even in the reservation taxes are a burden!!! Her husband cannot understand ...
... to get back someday to see the 1948 project completed. The day is filled with reminders of the time when our country was in conflict with the culture of the Native Americans. It is a sad story. It's 7:30 pm and we need to ride 90 miles north to the motel. On the drive back we see six adult big horn sheep and a baby climbing the cliff on the side of the road! What a wonderful site. Tina has Indian Tacos ready for us when we arrive at 9:30pm. Wow, what a day to ...