Econo Lodge Wall
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... we headed back to get the lizard and alligator display that we missed along with the tortises, turtles and a prairie dog display that you could enter through a tunnel and put your head up in a display dome right beside the prairie dogs! That was cool! This place was beautiful, well kept, very informative and well worth the money spent to go there.
For dinner we headed to Subway in Keystone then went on to Mount Rushmore. We ...
... is actually not a loop, more like one-way drive) around the park and took some awesome photos. We had lunch at the lodge there and then went on a few hikes around the park. It was pretty hot out there today though and I was not prepared to do a hike (I was wearing a dress), so needless to say, we were pretty exhausted after hiking quite a bit. On one of the trails we went on, we had to climb up this huge ladder ...
... women and children, and the overflow crowd sat around the living room, talking quietly or watching cellphones and windows.
We stayed together for an hour and a half, before the danger passed, the storm let up and people began trickling out and heading quickly for their RVs. Ours was tight and dry with no apparent damage. Since the power was out all over town, so was our shore power. I switched the fridge from internal battery power ...
... and known as the
Badlands as both French settlers and native Indians referred to it as
a bad land to cross.
We stayed at a Truck Stop in Kadoka SD.
Just outside the door were cute stone tables which served two
purposes. First we had dinner on them. Then the kids set up cans and
bottles and used their BB guns to shot them off the tables. We also
had a family soccer game, boys against girls (7 to 3 to the boys).
... the street right in front of us without incident.
As SD-34W become US-14W, we left the Indian reservation and civilization was approaching. Eventually we ended up in Pierre, South Dakota's capitol city with a population of 13,000. It was a nice little town with a cool looking capitol building and a McDonald's on main street. So we had another coffee, shed a little outerwear as the temperature had made it into the mid-70's and the ...