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ktmoomau | Jul 9, 200701:04 PM     10

Ok Hounds I need your help. The Aunt and I are major foodies and are roadtripping from MD to Yellowstone. We have planned tentative stops at these locations:

Columbus, Indiana (posted in another thread)
Galena, Illinois(posted in another thread)
Mitchell, South Dakota
Rapid City, South Dakota Area - for Badlands and Blackhills)
Go South into Nebraska near Alliance for Carhenge
North into Wyoming to Devil's Tower (posted in Elsewhere)
Then West to Cody Wyoming and maybe a Rodeo (posted in Elswhere)
Then into Yellowstone

Then I am flying from Bozeman back to DC while the Aunt works in Yellowstone for a while.

We don't mind veering off our course slightly for really good food and eclectic/scenic food experiences. We will eat pretty much anything except Chinese. Please give me some recommendations for any of the above stops or nearby locations for Breakfast/lunch dinner or B&B's (mmm breakfast). I heard the Corn Exchange was good for Rapid City any recent reviews? Thanks hounds.

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