Super 8 West Point
Travel Blogs from West Point
... way home. Winterset is also the home of someone we met when we rode the GAP and C&O Canal trails from Pittsburgh to DC. We called him and he came over to where we were eating lunch, so we had a lovely visit.
On to Badlands National Park tomorrow night! When we were there last year it was terrible weather: sideways rain and extremely high winds. Hoping it's better ...
... for a couple of nights, like us. We get the fancy, suite-style dorms...one living room/kitchen/bathroom for 4 people, with 2 bedrooms. Other than the fact that the beds were really uncomfortable and were 2 twin beds, the accommodations actually weren't bad, especially since there were just in 2 of us in our suite.We got free meals in the campus cafeteria. Food was ok. Nothing to get excited ...
... their craft and keeping the skills alive. We were following their westward trail, so it was pretty cool to feel some kindred with the pilgrims, although it could be said our pace and comfort levels were worlds apart!
We all are a little crook unfortunately at this stage, just run down from all the travel, looking forward to relaxing somewhere primo.
Fuel, Fuel, Truck stop, Fuel, Fuel, Walmart, ooo some corn, Fuel, wicked electrical storm, fuel and finally... ...
... were quickly covered by the blowing and drifting
Undisturbed except by an occasional scavenging meat-eater, the
skeletons of these animals are preserved in their death positions,
complete with evidence of their last meals in their mouths and stomachs
and their last steps preserved in the sandstone below.
... cows......we've been eating veggie burgers ever since.
Once we crossed the state, we settled on a spot at the Lewis and Clark State Park very near the Missouri River. Evidently the expedition spent some time at this very place. A replica of one of their river boats was on display.
We hadn't been set up in our ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed