Super 8 Custer / Crazy Horse Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... teetering on the edge of the 2nd highest peak in Custer SP. And the views! Truly beautiful and scary at the same time!
We drove to the town of Custer where we ate pizza for dinner. Poor Wesley got sick (vomited!) when we returned to the motorhome. Not sure if it was dehydration (we did a pretty rigorous hike today in higher elevation) or eating too much pizza & soda with a windy drive home. Maybe it was a combination of the ...
... he or she has been screaming about for the last hundred miles, and take a break before your last 60 miles into Rapid City, SD. You've been staring at the billboards since you crossed the South Dakota state line 300 miles ago, so why not stop? I had put Wall Drug on the trip as a stop before we left Las Vegas. A lifetime of spotting "Where in the world is Wall Drug?" bumper stickers (everyone gets a free bumper sticker, one of four ...
... driving. Along the way we encountered a single lane construction zone. Instead of a flag man or light at this site, they had a sign saying "work zone please take turns". Never see that in NYS. The work zones when we were on 4 lane freeways had a 65 mph speed limit and only down to 45 mph right where the folks were working. You do need to plan your gas usage; at one point right outside a small town there was a sign 'no services 57 miles'. Fortunately we had just filled up. ...
... rodents - when they aren't in your yard or cattle fields. We reached Ft. Welikit and Lucas declared it his favorite campground due to the big trees and the ability to have a campfire, which had been outlawed most of the places we have been. We read about the patriotic lighting ceremony at Rushmore at night, so after an ok steak dinner (at a place run by islanders) we went ...
We are sad to see our Jojobian friends go. John and Linda Leach are heading to their home in Colorado and Frank and Margee are moving to a campground in Custer State Park for a couple of days. Art and Nancy were heading to Iowa. We followed Frank and Margee on our motorcycle to Mount Rushmore where we had lunch and toured this National monument. After ...