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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... 8221; wide truck while your wife insists on taking pictures of you going through the tunnel instead of helping you navigate…My Bad!!!
The next part of the day’s journey was the Wildlife Loop Road. It is exactly as advertised. Despite the fact that we arrived at midday, the worst time for wildlife viewing, we saw Bison, Prairie Dogs, Prong Horn Antelope, ...
storm started up again and wow, it was intense. Thousands of
lightening flashes lit up the whole sky. I sat in the front and
watched it for an hour while the girls slept, it was fascinating. The
boys got in about 1230pm and then we drove to spend what was left of
the night in yet another Walmart. They're free to stay in but they
are getting money spent at them everytime we're there. We always need
either milk, salad or crackers.
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 ...
... and rocks reflect in the water. A walking path around the lake allows us to take pictures at various angles. We watch a family of geese at the edge of grass. The two little chicks pick at the grass while mom and dad watch.
It’s getting colder, so we head back to the car. We make our way to the Crazy Horse Monument, which is another wonder of the world. Started in 1948, this monument is a testament to man’s ...