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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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August 26, 2014
It rained off and on all night pretty hard and kept Ted awake most of the night. Sheree slept like a log. She swears by her ear plugs. No one noticed our little spot so another night free! We ate a quick breakfast before heading off to see Wind Cave National Park. This area is really pretty with pine forests, ...
The Chris Campground offered a biker size breakfast to their overnight guests that included biscuits and gravy, eggs and sausage and the like but the guys weren't hungry so we packed up and moved out of our "Woodstock" before all the bikers arose and started buzzing about. Staying here was a different and very enjoyable experience. Our plan today is to go to Mt. Rushmore but we agreed that we needed to leave the coaches parked somewhere and take the car down. ...
It sure feels nice hopping out of bed rather than rolling off my mat onto the tent floor! I did talk to a couple that was taking photos of a tent draped over the guy...I assumed they experienced the exact same tent laying over them as I. Did and were trying to capture that on film (as it were)...well, they were just goofing around...and thought last night was funny...it was probably more funny not under a big OLD cottonwood. ...
We are spending the night at a very nice KOA in Belvideer. It has a swimming pool and cool gift shop along with a playground and restraunt. The sunset is beautiful! We saw the exact same views today. Maeve and my dad are playing a game of Ultimate ...
... 10 minutes before we got there, it started raining and hailing. Unfortunately, the four faces were a bit streaky after all of that. However, after being on the road for days and days and seeing tons of mountains, it was very cool to see how the mountains were carved out into the faces of those four presidents. Mount Rushmore seemed somewhat of an amusement park. There were tons of people, concessions, gift shop, and lots of flags everywhere.
We then headed ...