Circle View Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... there is a chance that you could introduce disease or fungus to the native forest so they ask that you use the firewood from each park. Interesting! So it was another night of snuggling up in Charlotte and playing cards before bedtime! Saturday: When we woke up we were finally able to see the amazing camp site where we had stayed the night before and it was gorgeous! We traveled to Mt. Rushmore ...
... We love staying in the basic forest campgrounds, with barbie and fires going and now we have replaced the house battery (it had been frozen not cooked!) life is easier.
Today we visited the carved (dynamited) mountains of Crazy Horse and Mt Rushmore.
We are over half way now and still blown away by the sights we see daily.
Hope all is well with y'all
... the lightening. A very satisfying 4th of July!
On our way to the Badlands we saw miles and miles of prairie, much of it covered with a beautiful yellow flower which smelled very sweet - I thought it smelled like heaven. When we got to the park we learned it is invasive sweet clover, which totally ruined our enjoyment. You can see the yellow in the photos. I did a little research and ...
... cheese-sprinkled surface. The waitress was friendly - we found out she and her boyfriend were both Pittsburgh Penguin fans. I drew a picture on the paper tablecloth of our campsite in the badlands.
Greta, Tony, and Sonya greeted us when we pulled into the drive way at Willow Lake Farm around midnight. A dog laying in the drive didn't even blink as we drove within a paw's width of him. He roused himself when we got out of the car. Dingo. Good to be back at the ...
... here: http://www.democracynow.org/2014/4/28/c owboy_indian_alliance_protests_keystone _xl
Before we left, I bought a dream catcher from her. I resolved to read and learn more about the Wounded Knee Massacre.
Back at the campsite, we went to bed pretty early due to tiredness and because it was an hour earlier since passing into the Mountain Standard Time Zone. I guess that's why I woke up at 5:30 am the next ...