Super 8 Winner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Pets allowed
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Clean rooms! Hard working owners from India. Comment of the trip... In India, if you don't work you die.... In America, if you don't work, the government feeds you.
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Since we are greatly enjoying this area in far west South Dakota, we were fortunate enough to be able to add another day in this campsite. I was so cold last night ,I slept in my T shirt and yoga pants since my winter pjs are packed away in the "basement" of the RV. Good thing today will be a slow day for sightseeing since we need to winterize.
A squirrel is entertaining me while I write. He is brownish red and smaller than Tennessee squirrels and ...
... We ended up giving a donation to the Center (more than the entrance fee would have been) because we were were so grateful for the experience.
We left headed toward Needles, when we decided to drive by Mt. Heady the tallest peak west of the Swiss Alps and east of the Rockies. Then realizing we were just 5 miles from Mt. Rushmore, we pressed on.This was a definite bucket list must see, so I was eager for my first look. It did ...
... since we are both military veterans.I bought postcards and mailed then at the nearby post office.
We decided to take a spontaneous detour through Badlands National Park trip. The ranger at the entrance told us to make the next right to see big horn sheep, which we did. The sheep were right at the edge of the road and wore radio collars for tracking. We drove on to see 1 bison and then to the Prairie Dog town.
... got a few bottles and took them back to Granny's Kitchen. (PS my first time in a liquor store)
Dave Oakley didn't let us down today but his sat nav did again - he went sailing off on the 14 road when he should have taken the A14. He is getting a fair bit of stick about his navigation.
Up into Yellowstone park tomorrow - a relatively short day of only 300 miles. Today we did about 400 miles but it seemed like a breeze. ...
Woke up at 5am at Eleanor's and Josh's. We packed up quick, ate breakfast and thanked the couple kindly for their amazing hospitality. We had decided the night before to leave early to try and avoid the bad weather and get to Johns at lunchtime. As it was so early, the wind hadn't picked up so the first 40 miles were relatively easy. We stopped at 10am for 'lunch' at the only rest stop along the ...