Black Hills Cabins and Motel at Quail's Crossing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... miles, or about 25 km to go and it got dark about 7:30 pm. So we took off on the trail, and were so happy that we were making good time because of the slight downhill. We were just zooming along when John noticed that the mileposts seemed to be counting the wrong way. We still weren't too concerned until I started thinking to myself, wait a minute, the setting sun is on my right, let's see, north, east, south, west - ...
... he got the ok to travel we headed to the airport with time to spare. So here we are in South Dakota tonight in what appears to be Hampton Inn's honeymoon suite...whirlpool tub in the living area with a fireplace and separate King bedroom...ooo-la-la! Guess who's already asleep while I'm writing my blog? Well it's past 10 o'clock mtn time and our bodies are still on EST. Our adventures will have to wait until tomorrow. I'll share a few pictures taken from the ...
... had RV parking and they said yes…just follow the signs. Apparently to them an RV is a 24’ Class C that is not much bigger than a pickup trunk. Fortunately we were able to wind our way around and escape their lot for a much more favorable one in the adjacent Super 8 Motel….at least they are good for something.
The Mammoth Site is a location where they accidentally discovered Mammoth bones in the 1970’s. ...
... well. A brochure we had listed
ten free things we could do so we started at the one we would pass as
we came into town and decided to see how many we could fit in. The
first was Dinosaur Park. This is set up on top of a hill and takes in
100 mile view across Rapid City. 8 huge dinosaurs are set up for your
climbing and exploring pleasure. It also has a gift shop (of course)
but this isn't super touristy and had heaps of great things for ...
... br> 1. Listen to the wisdom of strangers its always given from experience
2. Ask questions even if you think they are stupid, ask lots of questions you will always learn something that will help you on your way
3. Say hi to strangers - you never know who you might be having dinner with that day
4. Take some time to breathe and clean and enjoy the little things on the road