Black Hills Cabins and Motel at Quail's Crossing
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- Outdoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... there too! And the family that found it was there so I could thank them in person, and they refused to take any reward. We started off today with a quick trip to Mount Rushmore. Other than having a parking garage and better concessions, not much has changed. Once we had my wallet back, we drove through Badlands again, this time doing one short, but hard hike. We hiked up around 200 feet in a quarter mile to reach Saddle Pass. At least we got in some exercise. ...
... but had no difficulty handling her very large mount. She really did a good job of paying attention to the instructions given and, along with her innate athletic ability, really just settled into the whole experience. The only real problem was the huge amount of rain received here in the past few days. The ride was on a narrow trail and the area was totally saturated, it was almost completely mud. The ...
Today we're taking the free bus trip from Hart Ranch to Deadwood Lodge. This morning it's pouring rain with the odd flash of lightning and cracks of thunder - a good day to visit a casino! When we arrived at Deadwood Lodge, we all checked in to get our free lunch vouchers, $5 free play card, and the assigned 2 times that we were entered in the free ...
So... Today we were GOING to badlands and the paleontology lab but... we decided not to because it was 2 1/2 hours both ways and it took about 5 minutes to see it and there was hardly anything for kids to do. So... we decided not to. Here's what we did the rest of the day, We went to Pappa's pancakes again for breakfast. Then Tommy and Dad played mini-golf while Edie ...
... umbrellas in the amphitheater and upper terrace. We get to the upper terrace in time to participate in presidential trivia. A park ranger is on stage asking all kinds of trivia questions about the four presidents. It is great fun and keeps us from thinking about the cold and drizzle. The ranger leaves the stage for about five minutes and then returns. He begins the ceremony with a lecture about the four presidents and why they were selected for ...