Black Hills Cabins and Motel at Quail's Crossing
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today we took it easy after two pretty good days of riding. After morning exercising there was laundry to be done and the clouds in the sky were threatening rain all day. Later in the afternoon we took a short ride into Rapid to get a few things. The rain finally hit hard about 7:00 pm. There was thunder and lightning and of course, we lost satellite connection. Oh well, we did accomplish a couple of things ...
... our food. Everyone’s a winner.
Some of the best stuff we have done has just been the drives and the little stops and crazy things you see by the side of the road. Mount Rushmore was about 2 hours or so away and the drive for the most part was nice but nothing spectacular, it involved lots of overtaking of biker convoys. But then we came across some weird sort of roadside attraction which had an old style diner, 50’s cars and other kitsch retro Americana ...
... apple chunks that tasted AWESOME!!! There was tons of road work so we would have to go in the dirt a lot! One part was so dangerous to bike on that we got to ride in the back of a pick up truck for 5 miles!!! Tonight we went to this restaurant for dinner, we thought it would be a normal restaurant but it was made mostly for motorcyclers so the lights were really dim and a lot of the people had accents! That's about it for today! We will try to keep y'all updated as much as we ...
... of effort. The Crazy H sculpture is significantly larger than MR (all 4 heads of MR fit into the Crazy Horse head alone) and is being done ENTIRELY from private donation - they refused to take any federal or government money.
The kids liked the memorials, but reminded us that we did not have to visit them again......off to see the Badlands and then ...
... filled with water and some Mammoths slid down the sides to drink and then couldn't get back up. They died there and their remains were covered over by dirt and silt flowing down to the bottom of the sinkhole. This went on for about 800 years before Nature finally had filled in the sinkhole and preserved all those bones. A builder discovered one bone years ago and that has lead to this big discovery. Now there is ...