Frontier Cabins Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a corner. Not a promising start, but we got our key and drove over to Cabin #33 and found a neat little log cabin with a massive bed made from what looked like tree trunks, a slow but functional WiFi connection, and most important, a working air conditioner. We hung out there for a while and then drove a short distance into downtown Wall and the iconic Wall Drugs.
We had been seeing signs for Wall Drugs back on I90 starting about 100 miles east of Wall, and ...
... and climate. It actually rains a lot here at certain times of year and snows too in Winter. Rattle snakes inhabit the area too. Can you imagine how anyone ever actually managed to live here?
People did live here though. The native Indians (Lakota) established themselves here more than 9,000 years ago. They lived ...
... road through Spearfish Canyon, which is very scenic, and it ends at Deadwood, South Dakota.
Deadwood was another wild and crazy western town in the 1800's and is also known as the place where poor Wild Bill Hickok met his demise while playing a friendly game of poker. It now has a population of just 1,300 but swells to as many as 20,000 every day ...
... This cave is the fifth largest in the world with 144 miles mapped. Wind cave is known for the number of boxworks it has, which is made of the other minerals that fill the cracks in the limestone and is left when the limestone dissolves.
With the bikers in town we hoped we could get a campground and were lucky enough to get one in Wall.
Tomorrow we will go through the Badlands and hope to get to ...
... of Utah, here they are riddled with holes. As if someone took clay and pour it and it hardened.
Of course, no trip to the Badlands would be complete without a trip to Wall Drug. Total tourist trap but so fun. 5cent coffee….and…wait for it…FREE water!
After another full day we arrived at Custer State Park for the weekend and a breather from ...