Black Hills Cabins and Motel at Quail's Crossing
Travel Blogs from Hill City
[This was written the night of the 18th but published on the 19th due to spotty Internet service.] Today was full of awesome sightseeing and no mishaps!! As hoped, we spent lots of great time at The Badlands National Park, Wall Drug and Mt. Rushmore! The Badlands...don't know what to say except that it is truly amazing. You're driving through prairie land and slowly you see the terrain change a bit--a little drier, some small hills--then you see some odd ...
... hours. We did manage to sleep a little but it got a little loud at times with the rain. Our tent leaked a little so we had a few wet sleeping bags, but not as bad as it could have been with how much rain we had. In the morning we all took some much needed showers and then went for breakfast. The campground had an all you can eat pancake breakfast so most of us got that and Bryan got the biscuits and gravy. We did not go ...
... Jessica said I need to enjoy the present more. This summer freedom thing hasn't hit me yet, but the feeling is becoming more frequent. Jessica made eggs and we took in the views and air until we were the only people left in the campground. We took off to hike a bit and found Andrew's favorite, the Fossil Trail. Every 20 yards or so there is a fossil on display. Many important dinosaurs and extinct mammals were originally found in the Badlands and Black Hills. Across ...
... of the workers is uncanny. How they were able to sustain themselves on that mountain is incredible.,
Crazy Horse is a work in progress. Once you go through and read the history of the American Indian and how they were treated by the white man, you can't help but be moved.
We are enjoying our intimacy and can't wait for the technician to get here tomorrow. Quarters are a smidge tight!!!
Stayed tuned for the Lotz-Deeken great adventure!
We went back to Mt Rushmore that evening, again because of the threat of weather moving in. By the time we got up there, fog had moved in & you couldn't see the mountain. We were there several hrs early, the park rangers said the show would go on. The fog kept moving in & out. When the program started, it was foggy, but amazingly it moved out just as the lighting of the mountain was about to begin. It was pretty ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking