Super 8 Dickinson
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... less visited than Badlands, so the crowds are smaller and the park feels a lot more untouched. We liked both parks, each for different reasons.
The one thing the ranger didn't really stress was the wildlife. As we came around the corner from one of the formations, there was a herd of buffalo just grazing away at the side of the road. We stopped the bike, got off and one of the buffalo walked by, within inches of the ...
... into the campground where Chuck and Laura had camp all set up, and there were showers waiting to revive us.
There were 4 unisex combination bathroom/showers in the building at the center of camp. Ann went around to one in the back, while Dave chose one in the front. Dave’s shower was almost too hot, while Ann’s was only tepid, and she came out clean, but definitely cold. She retreated to the camper, and warmed up ...
... Funday....unfortunately we were foiled yet again by false advertising as the place was in fact closed! The barman had not turned up for work so Sunday Funday was off.....nothing surprised us by this point so we went to the room, locked the door and waited it out for the night, safe in the knowledge that we were leaving tomorrow and unless we witness a mafia hit and become the prosecution's star witness we were unlikely to enter these parts ...
... down the road and ducking into the side of a rock formation, As we got closer, we saw them playing in this cluster of rocks. They were amazing. Again, spectacular spectacular animals right up close. It was something to see. Their colors were all different and there were even some babies in the mix.
What a wonderful day we had. I could go on and on, but you'll see what I mean from the picture.
Hope everyone is having a good weekend.
... br> We then headed to Cooperstown, again in the middle of the prairie's to visit a disabled nuclear missile site on standby during the cold war - called November 33. It was controlled from a nearby command station where the military manned an underground bunker ready to push the button on WMD if needed. The station above was a time warp house from the 70's with everything kept exactly as it ...