Blackstone Manor Bed and Breakfast

614 West Main Street, Lead, South Dakota, 57754, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Lead

Day 4!

A travel blog entry by ucbearcat74

Happy Birthday Donna!

We left the Badlands this morning and made one last hike on the "CIiff Shelf" Trail so we could see the end of the "Notch" where we were the day before. It is a good height distance between the two trails.

On the way to the Hisega Lodge B&B we stopped at Ellsworth AFB to see a good friend of ours Lt Armand Olgun who is a Weapon Systems Operator on the B-1 bomber. He gave us a tour of ...

Sturgis... and The Perfect Storm

A travel blog entry by frguido

... had never seen such a storm, and I can assure you, I hadn't! The temperature had dropped from 77 when we left Belle Fourche to 43 when we got back to the camper. The furnace quickly warmed it up as I got supper ready.

While in Belle Fourche, I saw a huge crowd at the rodeo grounds and discovered that the South Dakota High School Championship Rodeo was on, and I planned to go to the finals on Sunday. It was well worth it... more ...

Stories of the Wild West and Devil's Tower

A travel blog entry by chadhanson


Leaving Yellowstone through the East Entrance, you descend about 2000 feet to the valley, through a beautiful mountain pass...and then it's pretty much flat most of the way across Wyoming, with the exception of a very long 60-mile pass heading to the Northeast corner, toward Devil's Tower.

Our first stop on this leg was in Cody, Wyoming, named after Buffalo Bill Cody. Cody calls itself the "rodeo capitol of the world", though I can't vouch for that. We stopped at an ...

Last full day in Wyoming

A travel blog entry by ginnie1517


I had a leisurely start to the morning and then headed east on I-90 to Cheyenne. About 10 miles outside of Laramie at the highest point of the Interstate is a statue of Lincoln. Originally Hwy 30 was called the Lincoln Highway but when I-90 was built that became the Lincoln Highway. They moved the statue from Hwy 30 to I-90.

When I got to Cheyenne I headed for the Train Depot for a trolley tour of the city. The ...

The afternoon that wasn't

A travel blog entry by bronkemabekker

We headed from Jewel Cave up north to Lead SD, to tour the Homestake Mine. We had debated whether to see the mine or go to the Presidential Wax museum, but in the end we decided on the mine. However, once we arrived we found out that there were no more tours that day. We did look at the anemic display before heading out.

B-B review: 6 thumbs down, 1 thumb sideways

After the fiasco ...


This B&B, located on 614 West Main Street, Lead, is near Broken Boot Gold Mine, Silverado, Homestake Mine, and Black Hills Mining Museum.
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