Sioux Motel

302 E 5th, Murdo, South Dakota, 57559, United States | Motel

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4th of July with the Presidents

A travel blog entry by evieandstaci


... them.

We had breakfast in Cody, Wyoming at a place called Rocky Mountain MoJoe. When we pulled into town, they were all preparing for a huge parade for 4th of July. We each had a burrito and a blueberry muffin. It was packed everywhere; luckily, that stop didn’t slow us down too much.

We had lunch at a place about 2 miles from Devils Tower. Devils Tower is somewhat of an unexplained phenomena. It’s a huge rock/mountain that ...

Day 5 - Bucket list item crossed off

A travel blog entry by bharvey


... lifetime. I wonder. I also wonder how many different men and women have worked on this project in some way in the years since 1948.
After seeing the Crazy Horse Memorial came Mount Rushmore (a bucket list item for sure) and impressive but the story doesn't carry the same emotions. Mind, in all fairness I am going on memory here and did not sit in on the video at Mount Rushmore. To stand before it still was awesome. I also stopped to scan the names ...

Fort Mandan and the Great Plains

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost


... supplies. They also built a blacksmith shop, which enabled them to forge tools that they used as currency to trade for food with the Indians. It’s amazing what they built in four weeks – seven sleeping rooms (with fireplaces), two storage rooms, and a blacksmith shop all enclosed in a wall of tree trunks for protection (the two tribes they stayed nearby were friendly, but not all tribes in the area were). Timing ...

It blows here!!!

A travel blog entry by darrylg


... in circa 1974 and was pretty cheesy. There were Indians in authentic costumes which included sneakers . . . Hmmm. If you have never been there it is a building with corn mosaics inside and out. I was hoping is would be as corny as I always remembered. I was a little disappointed because there were no Indian dances inside . . . There was a volleyball tournament going on. Upon ...

Escape from Sioux Falls

A travel blog entry by knightc

... has sat at the shop, the batteries have been slowly draining and even with the fridge on propane it apparently needs some electrical current to operate. Things in the freezer were already beginning to thaw. We had to throw away a bunch of food and gave the rest to the workers at the shop. Unfortunately we had quite a bit of food. We weren't able to start the engine and therefore couldn't open the slides. That meant that ...


This motel, located on 302 E 5th, Murdo, is near South Dakota's Original 1880 Town and Pioneer Auto Museum.
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