Raptor's Nest Inn

Address: 2519 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, 57717, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2519 5th Avenue, Belle Fourche, is near Tri-State Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Belle Fourche

Followng a lead

A travel blog entry by ianjordan on Jun 28, 2014

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... we knew that if we went back that way, we would never have gotten anywhere at all, there was simply too much to see.

Anyhow, we got to Rapid City and turned out toward the prairie. There really isn't much to see out there and soon my navigator was asleep in the seat beside me. No biggy. It was pretty much a 2 hour straight run to Wall. Now Wall Drug itself takes up about an entire block in the town and the rest of the town is pretty much just souvenir ...

Day 39

A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Aug 25, 2013

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Motorcyle: 314 miles. Belle Fourche to Winner, SD. Pretty much riding and interacting with the Natives. Route 90 to Underwood, SD where we gassed up at the Smallest Biker Bar in the World (per the sign). Gas was still $4.25 per gallon. Miles and miles of fields until we hit the Badlands. Our route takes us through just a small section of the national park where sand dunes are prominent. A stop at the Badlands Visitor Center in the Pine Ridge Reservation is ...

Day 38 - Deadwood, Sturgis, Rushmore & Crazy H

A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Aug 24, 2013

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... in our little slice of heaven. Where is your land? Crazy Horse pointed out over the horizon and said, " My land is where my people lie buried!" This memorial is not funded with one penny of government/tax payer money. It is really impressive. Korczak Ziolkowski, from Boston, MA was hired by Lakota Chief Henry Standing Bear to carve Crzay Horses' image in stone. Standing three times large than the Mount Rushmore carvings, the Crazy Horse Memorial is significant.... ...

Sturgis, Deadwood

A travel blog entry by theprocters on Aug 08, 2013

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... take rides to Keystone. It has a steam locomotive and is the oldest continuously operating tourist train. The narrative ride is about an hour either way. Wish we had taken the opportunity to do this but it's tough to fit everything in the time allowed for our stay here. We retraced our journey back to Crazy Horse Memorial to revisit Boyd's Antiques where Murray picked up a couple of wagon wheels for our cactus garden. Then back to the Lazy J for a much needed ...

Jerry... 2009

A travel blog entry by frguido on Jun 18, 2013

... it including the rank of an Assistant Chief. His accent was not New York, however, and I quickly learned that he had been born in Boston and lived there until the Korean War. Following that, he had moved to New York, joined the Fire Department and married his high school sweetheart 56 years ago. He wanted to talk and I was content to listen as I munched on a HUGE (is there any other kind at Sam’s?) pretzel. Jerry ...