Whispering Winds Cottages
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
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I can only use words that are more than four syllables to describe what we saw today: magnificent, fascinating, miraculous, awe-inspiring, mysterious - 42 miles of out of this world amazingly unique geologic wonders that I have never seen the likes of before. The pictures do not do it justice. The peaks are jagged edges cutting into a bright, blue sky or precarious remains of erosion that appear like small rocks balanced by a ...
It wasn’t as quiet a backwater place as I initially thought. The center of town had a square with a fountain. It’s a grid of streets, every corner marked with a statue of a US President. A couple statues were Indian chiefs.
On one corner, I saw a gun shop. Another surreal experience for me: to have guns so easily accessible. No need for a licence. We checked in at the ...
... pull through, and not 50 yards away is a lake ready and waiting to pull bass out of. Ahead in our two weeks stay are plans for Custer State Park, Crazy Horse Monument, Mount Rushmore, Badlands National Park, Black Hills, Deadwood, SD, and a visit to Jody Kelley.
Where I grew up isn't exactly a woodland, but there was a park I'd go to as a kid. After playing ball or tag, I'd head up to the one hill and situate myself under a tree. Through the leaves came hundreds ...
... Factory. The factory was bigger than anything I could've imagined, featuring its own water system, waste processing plant, and even a coal power plant. It doesn't have the comfortability of some microbreweries I've been to, but the size was impressive. A quick stop in the gift shop and we decided to make our way to South Dakota. Still feeling weird, I finally figured out what was going on. Since I had stayed with friends for the last week, this was the first portion of ...
... travelled from Sheridan on a two-lane highway, with a steep climb heading over the Big Horn Mountains. The driving was pleasant apart from the heart attack inducing moment (where the air was already pretty thin and temps fell from 50F to 33F, or 0C) when two antelope decided to dart across the road, luckily I was driving fairly slowly when I slammed on the breaks so I missed one of them by a couple of inches. The deer turned to give me a look as if to say ‘what are ...