K Bar S Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Gisteren vroeg opgestaan en eerst even langs Scottsbluff National Monument (Nebraska). Dit is een plaats op de Oregon Trail die de pioniers vroeger namen als ze met paard en kar naar het westen trokken. Daarna rijden we naar Wind Cave National Park in South Dakota aan de voet van de Black Hills. Bij het binnenrijden vh park komen we al onmiddellijk …
... to go to the lighting ceremony of Mount Rushmore. I have been to see the faces twice, but never at night. It was started by a ranger talk. He did a great speech about having the American spirit without any preachy-ness. Then we watched a video that reviewed each president and their impact on American history. After the video, we looked up and the faces were lit up. The talk and the video were ...
Today we decided to go for another motorcycle ride after Pickleball. We took Old Hill City Road from Keystone to Hill City. This road parallels the 1880 Train tracks to Hill City. First we saw black smoke and then we realized that we had caught up with the train. At times the tracks crisscrossed over our route. Sometimes we waited at the railway crossings for the train to pass. I got some great pictures and video as ...
... We enjoyed the murals but this was only a quick side trip for us....not a destination. While driving we saw an amazing change in topography. We drove from flat farmlands to rolling hills. Our second stop was a beautiful surprise. The Badlands are extraordinary. Rising out of the prairie are amazing ancient rock structures. These formations are spectacular, a "moon ...
... badlands of South Dakota, passing through miles of wide open prairie land.
We entered Badlands National Park (after some confusion as to if we were a tour bus ($150 entrance fee) or an RV ($15 entrance fee). We stopped for some scenic vistas and then went on to the visitor center.
The visitor center was pretty good, with a knowledgeable ranger giving us a lesson on the geology and paleontology ...