Trails End Motel Sheridan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Lodge we saw a crazy looking café/restaurant on the side of the road. Once again it looked too quaint and American not to turn around so we turned around and decided as long as it wasn’t extortionate we would eat lunch here. It turned out what we had seen was the back of the place which was filled with American paraphernalia including saloon doors. They obviously used the crazy decoration to draw tourists in off the road but that didn’t mean the inside ...
... though we have been using sunscreen. Between the rain and sun it plays havock on your skin. Can't wait to see what we look like at the end. The ride today although hot was very nice. Started with the corn fields, went thru the Black Hills of SD and plateau's in WY. Very beautiful country it wouldnt do justice to be in a car. Our bottom sides are still okay, maybe a tad tender but ...
... Rialta overheated again, leaving us stranded on the side of the road. We're experienced now with this situation, so I lifted the hood to cool the engine and we went inside to wait. Soon a gentleman came by to give us a hand, filled the coolant reservoir, and we were back on the road in no time. We've been very fortunate to receive such friendly assistance from other drivers.
... bar was last renovated in the 1940's. The inside is really cool. The mountains around the museum were beautiful with several herds of cattle at the base of the mountains among the yellow and purple wild flowers.
We met John and Susan's daughter Jerri Ann and her two toddlers and shared a dinner of pizza, salad, strawberries, cherries and watermelon. Later we had ice cream for dessert. Tomorrow morning we leave for Yellowstone, MT. ...
... animals again: horses, cattle herds (including one longhorn!), sheep, buffalo, alpacas. And we saw several cowboys out taking care of their business on the prairie.
The plains of South Dakota, gave way to the majestically eroded "castles" of The Badlands, then, we climbed into the Black Hills, returning to the forested, granite ancient boulders. We looked up, up, up at all the beauty of and around Mt Rushmore, marveling. We had both ...