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TravelPod Member ReviewsSunshine Inn Wall
Worst night sleep of trip because of air con noise when changing temp but the owner was great. Very down to earth.
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... is an amazing story. It is not a federal or state project because Ziolkowski turned down federal money. He didn't want to burden taxpayers. It operates now as a nonprofit organization. There is an entrance fee and fund raisers. It is a huge complex with a museum, cultural center, restaurant, gift shop and the Indian University. The weather was not good when we got here, lots of rain, so we didn't walk around as much as we would have liked. We did see Crazy Horse and ...
We said goodbye to Mitchell and rode to Chamberlain just off Interstate 90 to find a quaint little town with a majestic lake. This was the last sign of civilisation for a few hours as we wound our way up across the plains & up the mountain through an Indian reservation of Fort Thompson & Lower Brule. Whilst the scenery was amazing the small villages showed us that the ...
... up to Clare’s parents’ house (After stopping several times to take pictures of the sun setting over the fields dotted with oak trees around the perimeter) to find the garage open and filled with long tables, guests, and music. The fireflies had just come out when Clare came running towards us. She showed us into the garage where her mom was playing poker with her friends. We arrived in the middle of Clare’s parents’ 30th anniversary party – ...
... is also awesome to see. We hadn't had enough so we traveled to visit Custer State Park. It is the most beautiful state park I have ever seen, Herds of buffalo all over the park. It was just so friggin awesome. Needless to say, we were exhausted when we got back home. It was worth every moment. These are sights that everyone should see and makes you proud to live in the USA.
I'm done for now ---- the picture tell ...
Then drove another 100 miles to the Mount Rushmore KOA campground, where we stayed for 2 nights.
Quote of the day: "By the way these people are looking at me, I think they can tell that I'm not from around here." ~Gary (while eating at the Hill City Café)