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This park is small, nice large sites, plenty of green space and great bath houses
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Monday, June 9, 2014- WHERE ARE ALL THE PEOPLE ? Colorado, Nebraska, North and South Dakota and Wyoming June 9- 21 Sally's Birthday travel adventure of 2014 has begun. Alan was our taxi and arrived at our place at 6:20 AM (early) We are flying United and their restored terminal is beautiful. So far it is not crowded and we are waiting to board at 8 …
... br> In a somewhat cynical mood we drove to Custer, South Dakota to check into our hotel. Custer, of course, is named after the infamous General George Armstrong Custer who died at Little Bighorn at the hands of Crazy Horse and his friends.
In the mood for more Black Hills beauty, we decided to visit the Custer State Park to observe some ...
... had broken), so I got it fixed, changed out a hose that was starting to crack, and headed out.
The next day we were on our way. Truck troubles aside, I really liked the Black Hills. I think I'd really like to go back sometime and do some hiking and exploring in the area. I felt like Molly and I started to make some decisions there. We're still working on them, but it felt good to take some time and start to make some plans for after the trip.
... over to Custer State Park in the Black Hills.
On our way to Custer, we saw a bunch of prairie dogs. I almost backed into a steel pole when I was turning around in somebody’s driveway. We saw where they filmed a bunch of Dances with Wolves… although somebody could have pretty much pointed at anything and told me that because it all looks like scenery from the movie. And, I feel like I’m driving the Sanford and Son truck ...
... more formations but still nothing spectacular. However, I really enjoyed this visit because of the second tour that I took.Called the historic lantern tour, it goes into the original entrance and cave about two miles from the present-day entrance. They have left it in the original state, no lighting, floors or railings with only a few wooden steps in the steepest parts. And unlike the main caves, you can not only touch the ...