Super 8 Hill City/Mt Rushmore
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... are going south instead of north! Yes, we had gone about 10 km in the wrong direction, by this time it's getting darker, so we figured we would bike back to Custer City and get a taxi back to our campground. We actually got off the trail and onto the highway when we started hearing gun shots (it's hunting season in South Dakota) and made it back to Custer City at 8 pm. Well, it turns out there are no taxis in Custer City, ...
Spent the night at Marriot Fairfield . Went to Karen and Fred's for a wonderful semi homemade Chinese meal. It was wonderful. Fred was feeling pretty good. Took the 6:30 am shuttle for 8:10 flight. Layover in Denver. Had a yummy Chinese food dinner. Got to rapid city 5pm. Shuttle to holiday inn RushmorePlaza. Beautiful hotel. Atrium is ...
... as the first tusk was uncovered they stopped construction and started excavation. To date they have uncovered 61 Mammoth Skeletons…mostly the larger Columbian Mammoths and 2 of the smaller Wooly Mammoths. All were males in their adolescence or early adulthood. The theory is that this was at one time a small lake with slippery rock sides. When they went to drink they fell in and couldn’t get out. The presumption is that ...
... fans. They also had 99 cent hot dogs and corn dogs, easy and cheap
From there we went to Storybook Island.
This was set up by Rotary and is a fun playground with heaps of
different classical characters you can climb on, sit with etc... We
were there for about 10 minutes when thunder started. We raced
through another ten minutes when the heavens opened up and we ran. By
the time we got back to the RV we were ...
Today, we’re going to drive on the old road past Mount Rushmore, turn around, and then drive back to the monument. We’ve heard the old road has many twists and turns, plus a narrow bridge which frames the mountain. So, we blast past Mount Rushmore, drive on the road for a few of miles, under some low bridges and through one very narrow tunnel. We turn around and retrace our drive. When we come to the tunnel, we stop to take a picture ...