Super 8 Motel Rapid City - Rushmore Road
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Peachtree Road Race on July 4th and we didn't want to miss that (incidentally she finished in fine fashion well under her goal time).
Some may recall that last year's sojourn had us on the road for 13 weeks, traveling mostly in the southwest US, the coast of California and, ultimately, Colorado. This year’s itinerary was to be a little more compact time-wise, given the shortened 7 (hopefully) week schedule, and highlights ...
After leaving the Badlands, we stopped to see an old, retired minuteman II missile silo National Historic site. The silo still had an (unarmed) missile in it and a park ranger was there to explain the site and answer questions. The silo had a glass cover so we could see down into it. The minuteman II had a 1.2 megaton hydrogen warhead. The missile would reach supersonic speed as soon as it left the bunker and could ...
... from a tree or light traveling through space where it is possible to predict what would happen and when. Predicting human behaviour requires knowing what is in the mind of the person, their intention. Just as he saw that the road was about to go downhill up a head dryreacher decided that he didn't fancy the subsequent uphill climb on the way back and crossed over the road and started heading back to the cloverleaf and the motel. Burger boy, nonethewiser continued to ...
... down the fear, I entered the cave with the rest of our group, and only cried silently for the first 1/3 of the tour, the part where we descended a narrow stone stairway into damp darkness and squeezed single file through tight cave walls. My dad kept looking back at me and saying, "Isn't this wonderful? Isn't this an adventure?" In my defense, my mom wasn't having the time of her life either -- Marshes are definitely meant to be above ground. Eventually, I ...
... owned the water supply for the whole town and when she left she turned off the water. Apparently when she was re-invited back, some negotiations took place and she started up again but ended up selling the ownership of the water supply to a municipal establishment and eventually the Madam left.
We continued along the highway and then turned east to South Dakota and crossed the border soon after.