While visiting South Dakota I heard about the Minuteman Missile National Historic Site and had to try to fit in a visit. The site houses a missile silo which could’ve been used during the Cold War in the event of an attack by the Soviet Union.
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While planning out where to stay in South Dakota Kim and I had a couple of options. We could book hotels in Rapid City for the entire trip or stay in various areas to save ourselves time from driving back and forth each day.
We went with the option of switching hotels almost every day.
One of the top places we wanted to visit on our trip to South Dakota was Custer State Park. (Read my post about our visit here.) Continue reading Hotel Review: Black Hills Mile Hi Motel- Custer, SD
While traveling, Kim and I always like to find local foods to try in the area we are visiting.
South Dakota didn’t seem to have any unique, local foods until we came across Chislic.
According to Wikipedia, Chislic
is “virtually unknown outside the state of South Dakota”.
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While planning a visit to Custer State Park, I knew that it had a pretty large herd of bison along with many other animals. I was curious as to what other animals called the park home.
I found out that a small donkey called burros
also lived there.
(Check out my post about Custer State Park here.)
Initially you might think- Who cares? I didn’t fly from NYC to South Dakota to see some donkeys in a park. However, these burros are wild, living freely in the park and are also very friendly.
The burros are friendly because they are always on the lookout for a free meal!
I read that you can feed and interact with them but to be careful as they still are wild animals.
We’ve been back from South Dakota for a couple of days now so it’s time to write a little about the trip.
Our flights went smoothly and Lucas was once again a great traveler. Many of the other passengers commented on how good he was.
United Airlines’ new policy of not allowing families with young children to board early is a bit ridiculous if you ask me. However on 2/3 flights (for our second we had to run to make the flight after a late flight arrival) the super friendly staff allowed us to board early anyways. It was on the last flight (Houston to Laguardia) that I was really taken by surprise.
We’re leaving early Wednesday morning on our second trip (flying) with Lucas. I originally wanted to go to Europe but didn’t feel that it was worth the money or miles for a one week trip.
We decided to visit South Dakota instead.
I usually would not decide to stay in the US and pass up the opportunity to visit another country but this time it made a lot of sense.
Continue reading Our Upcoming Trip To South Dakota