MT – Day 4 – BrGr 61, Keystone, SD

LOL! There is a burger under here somewhere! (This was Richard’s!) Before we took this trip I knew Thursday would be a busy day so I did my research ahead of time to plan a place to eat lunch and tea. I enjoy reviewing on Trip Advisor when we travel so turned to there to find places to eat. If you visit Mt. Rushmore which is just outside of Keystone, SD and enjoy a burger then you HAVE to go to BrGr... read more

MT – Day 4 – Mount Rushmore

If you like fighting the crowds, visit Mount Rushmore! OH MY! Thankfully we got there reasonably early in the morning, around 11am so there were still parking spaces for large vehicles like our dually available. WARNING: Annual passes are NOT valid at Mt. Rushmore. You have to pay $10 to enter which at this time is actually a bit of a rip-off. Why? The Avenue of Flags, Visitor’s Center and... read more

MT – Day 5 and 6 – Made it to Chinook!

Don’t panic! I know I haven’t told about our action packed Day 4 yet, but haven’t even got through all those photos so wanted to get you up-to-date and then I will backtrack. Yesterday, Day 5, we drove from Piedmont, SD to Miles City, MT. It was a good drive and the kids were glad to be able to swim once we arrived. Alas the sites at this campsite were NOT level so the camper would not... read more

MT – Day 3 – The Badlands of South Dakota

5 photos in this post  The Badlands have to be one of our favorite spots. This time through though, they looked SO different due to them being so green. Most of the parking lots are designed for big rigs making it easy to pull in and stop at various spots along the way. If you have been following our trip you will have already surmised that Wednesday was a BUSY day. We did not get to the Badlands until... read more

MT – Day 3 – Dignity in Chamberlain, SD

No matter which direction you are traveling on I-90, make sure you stop at the Chamberlain Rest Area between exits 263 and 265. Here you will see this GORGEOUS 50 foot statue of Dignity. It doesn’t matter if it is dark when you get there either as she is lit up at night! Whilst there take the short trail where you can look down onto the Missouri River. You can see for miles. Well worth the stop.... read more

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