Shady Rest Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was a beautiful summit, through a pine forest thick with raspberries. Closer to the top, it was steep and rocky. We loved the huge mountain spire that looked exactly like a bearded gnome! The trail's end was fairly anticlimactic, so we decided to do the connector trail to the top of Little Devil’s Tower. That was fantastic. Rees said it was the highlight of the trip thus far. It was part rock climbing, part squeezing through rock formations, ...
... the small town, his wife got the great idea of advertising "free ice water" to the people traveling to the new Mount Rushmore National Memorial. From those humble beginnings, Wall Drug has grown into its own spectacle: The tourist trap to end all tourist traps. There is no reason to go to Wall South Dakota except to see Wall Drug. And there's no reason to see Wall Drug except to buy some overpriced souvenirs, get the kid an ice cream ...
... out from underneath. Peg called an RV dealer when we were about an hour out. He told us to bring it in. He checked everything out and ran water in the shower for over 10 minutes – nothing. He suggested it might have been the tank shifting as they are made to shift with water load and camper movement. But he really had no good explanation. My theory was based on a leak we had at the water intake in camp. As much as I had tried to tighten the connection the water still was running ...
We drove toward Devil's Tower and I noticed as we pulled into the area that we seem to have caught up with other vacationers now. Except for Yellowstone, we have been early in most places and avoided the crowds. I got a good picture of Laina looking like the best that scratched at the Rock and we had the best time watching the prairie dogs in Prairie Dog Town. They are the ...
... you - at a Flinstones themed campground....Do children these days even know who the Flinstones are? They had the craziest facilities that we Flinstone theme and frankly quite intimidating...the bathrooms were like caves....finally settle and wound - we had some dinner and frankly a good cry....we will try again tomorrow to get to our campsite.
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