FlatIron Historic Sandstone Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... didn't seem to care that they were breaking the rules at all! We left Custer State Park at 11:25 with a temperature of 75 degrees...PERFECT weather! And then, just as we went around a corner after commenting on the amount of buffalo...umm...excretement there they were! A really and truly herd of buffalo! There were at least 75 of them and it appeared that 1/3 were calves. What fun! Traveling further along we saw more prong horns and a large village of prairie ...
142 miles of cave, what's not to love? Very cool!.
This is not an "open" cave but rather a lengthy combination of many tunnels, many riding just on top of each other. We took a 1.5 hour tour than covered about a mile of the cave.
Of course Justin and Sydney really liked ...
... bridges and through tunnels barely big enough for our tiny car. Some of these bends are called "pigs tails" because they are literally so tight they curl over themselves like a piggly wiggly tail.
The scenery alone was worth the drive through the hilly northern part of the park, but things livened up when we got lower down and entered the "wildlife loop road". We knew something was up when we pulled over and saw a young pronghorn ...
... 8217;t see anything. We got to Mt. Rushmore and didn’t want to walk around in the rain, so we decided to drive up to Deadwood. Deadwood is where Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane lived and are buried. It still looks a lot like an old wild west town, but most of the buildings are casinos and bars now. We walked around and took pictures. There’s a bar that says Wild Bill was shot there, but I guess there is ...
... of their brand. They do have unique names for their wines - see the photos for some. We then continued to Custer and back down Highway 385, past Wind Cave and into Hot Springs. We continued through this interesting small town to a KOA just one half mile from the intersection of Highways 385 and 79.
We really like this KOA and met the owners who are friendly and fun to talk with. After settling into our campsite and relaxing a while, we headed back ...