More of a good thing: Custer State Park

We had a rocky start with little sleep, so our first priority was to fix Ringo. Shout out to my vet (Dr Hammonds: aka Wills dad) at Reems Creek who helped solve the Ringo issue over the phone and made our next night a literal dream.

Putting that poop issue behind us, we had so much fun in the the Black Hills we just stayed a second night there. We even got a Campsite with electric and turned on the ac in the T@g-Along.

Our travel tour started back up the Needles Hwy. Right after getting started, we arrived at the first tunnel and found two 18 – 20 foot horse trailers trying to turn around. We snuck through right before their attempts.

Here’s another shot of the smallest tunnel (needles eye)

Needles eye tunnel slow version.

We got to Rushmore and I needed to get fresh with George.

I tried to French him, but he wasn’t willing (his loss).

After Mt Rushmore we continued to our campsite (Legion Lake) via Iron mountain road, which has tunnels that literally frame Mount Rushmore. If you ever go to south dakota I highly recommend Custer park.

Custar State Park. Black hills

We left devil’s tower early. We wanted to try some caves. (jewel and wind) but that was a Ringo bust. We got to Custer state park. What a surprise!

Needles eye tunnel, we pulled the mirrors in. 8 feet wide.

Then we headed to sylvan lake, what a lovely surprise.

Center lake campgrounds site 13.