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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... in the title of today's post: At 2:25...once again WE RAN OUT OF ROAD!!!??? We couldn't believe it. Again a sign appeared saying "gravel road ahead" and Wait for Pilot Car! AARRRGGHHH! Crossing the state line into South Dakota at 2:45, we thought that at last we were free...not so fast, grasshopper! Shortly after crossing into SD, we saw a little variation on the theme. THAT sign said "No Paved Road for the Next Four Miles." Sigh. ...
... some gospel music. It was very enjoyable. Then we moved back to the campfire around 8:30 pm. We were treated to Paul Larson playing his guitar and singing cowboy tunes. He was really good and I particularly liked when he sang a Roy Rogers ballad which included yodeling. He had a cowboy side kick called Donlee Hewett who recited cowboy poetry and told cowboy jokes. He was a real character and danced around the campfire with comical ...
... of the Cedar Wood Inn. A couple our age sat down at the table and we quickly fell into a back-and-forth comparing our respective travel experiences. They were driving back home to Whitby Island, Washington, after flying to Norfolk, VA, to pick up their daughter's car. She was recently married and was shipping out to Spain to join her husband who had preceded her there. They would be living in Rota on the US Naval Base. She wanted her parents ...
Sunday in South Dakota began with a fairly early morning trip around the Wildlife Loop in Custer State Park.
I have been looking forward to coming back to Custer as I worked near here back in (I believe) 1970 after completing my sophomore year at SDSU. That summer, I worked at Camp Bob Marshall as a Camp Counselor for 4-H. Myself and the other 4-H Camp employees got to know the Custer area and locals fairly well. Looking back, I didn't make much ...
Today We saw Mount Rushmore!. Mount Rushmore is a giant mountain carving of four of our greatest presidents: Washington, Jefferson, Roosevelt, and Lincoln. Its carving was begun by Gutzon Borglum in 1927, and continued until 1941, 7 Months after Borglum's death.