This is a good place to camp close to Mt. Rushmore.
We pulled up to a gate that looked like we were going to Disneyland. It was 8-10 lanes wide and of course, in our governments infinite wisdom, the RV lane was the very outside lane. There was no way I was getting all of those people to cooperate at the same time and let me cross 10 lanes of traffic. No freaking way. I just pulled in like I owned the place. Should have made 2 lanes for RV's. We lucked out, the guy that escorted us to the parking space, decided for some reason to let us park about 10 feet from the gate. How's that for curbside service?
I did find this amusing, when we drove around the backside of the monument. It was truly inspiring.........
Well, on to something more interesting.......Devil's Tower.
The KOA was pretty decent. They had wifi (slow, but better than nothing), probably 2/3 of the lots were shaded, full hookups etc. Some bozo ran over a power pedestal, so the electrician had to shut off the power for a short time, so he could repair what Sir Wrecksalot had damaged.
Also, about 2 am the local power company had a scheduled outage for some odd reason. The campgrounds sort of forgot to tell anyone. I was wandering around in my underwear with a flashlight trying to figure out why I didn't have power. It was awesome.
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