Warrior Inn Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the tight greenish pine cones for the approaching winter. Yesterday, the squirrels were directly overhead dropping cones on our roof. MDM yelled "incoming" as I urged him to shoo them away from our RV. What a loud sound the small pincone made.
MDM went back to sleep after retrieving the heater from the basement. I didn't even know he had packed it. Thank goodness! Babe and Sister are sleeping as well and I am enjoying the beautiful view and watching ...
... The feeling was almost surreal to finally see the "great faces".
After touring the visitors center to learn how the faces were chosen and how the original order was rearranged due to faults in the mountain we left to return to the campsite. The 10 mile trip took over 90 minutes due to extremely winding roads with multiple switchbacks and one lane tunnels. Traffic came to a halt shortly after entering the park due to ...
... City, was the next stop to purchase more water, and makings for pancakes.
Suddenly the scenery changed to evergreen trees and mountains as we made our way on Highway 79 toward Custer State Park.
Our campsite is Blue Bell 9E which is the best site in this area! Super friendly fellow campers and camp hosts here.
Since we had a big lunch, we ate chicken salad sandwiches, green salad, and fresh Iowa corn on the cob for dinner.
An early breakfast and we get fueled up from our Super 8 hotel and make our way up to Mount Rushmore to see the four presidents faces carved out of the rock - Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodor Roosevelt. An awesome sight - we did the touristy thing and paid our 11 dollars to get up close and personal with them.
From there we go onto the Crazy Horse monument which is a rock carving in the making of ...
... Buffalo. In Wyoming, cyclists are allowed on the interstate but even so it was a lot harder to enjoy the day on such a fast road. We had decided to take the interstate in order to avoid the weather and get across to Buffalo faster. After lunch the wind picked up a lot along with the rain for the last 15 miles. At times it was nearly impossible to see where we were going! Finally we made it to Johns who ...