Super 8 Hot Springs
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 000 years and so we decided to make a day of it and stop. We pulled into the Hot Springs KOA at 3:45 with a temperature of 90 degrees. I suspect our temperatures are just going to get higher the closer we get to home. Sigh. At any rate, our site is level, the electricity is good, and the wifi appears to be nonexistent at our site. I think my hot spot may work OK here. If not, I will trudge up to to office after while and take care of posting this. We drove 69 miles ...
Sam, Bart and I looked in vain for a geocache near their home. We had to call it off after a while as we had to head for the black hills and they had to head for Denver. We said our goodbyes and headed off in our little car.
It is a tiny car, a Ford Focus hatchback, and those prairies are big. Crazy big. They would cover the middle half of the country with a quarter left on each ...
... floating on oversize inner tubes, playing volleyball, wading in a kiddie-pool area, swinging across the pool on Tarzan rings, swinging out on a ring, and slide entry areas. The bottom of the pool was covered with gray pebbles...not sure why, but that may be why the pool looked old timey to me. It cast the water a darker color than you would see if there were an aquamarine-painted bottom.
We had fun on the slides. Paul said it ...
... do it. Once we got in the cave, the ranger told us our group got to pick between the "Heavenly route" with more open passages or the “Dungeon route” with tighter spaces and more crawling. Our group chose the Heavenly route – not sure where those open passages were exactly. We started down and because there is no elevator involved in this tour, you have to go down 150 feet on flights of old wooden stairs that ...
... displays then took a short walk to the natural opening to the cave. The Wind Cave complex is huge, still not completely explored and extends for over a hundred miles beneath the ground here. One of the Rangers who works there, said the cave was formed from water both subterranean and from water above that collects acids and chemicals from beneath the surface of the soil that erodes the below ground rock resulting in the caverns. I thought the caverns were ...