Buffalo Rock Lodge
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... honored (good history lesson for us all), singing of the national anthem while the mountain was being lit and concluding with all military veterans assembling on stage for the lowering of the American flag for the day. There were several hundred people attending the 45 minute ceremony-very inspiring.
We literally dropped into bed about 10:15PM and were soon sound asleep. Another busy day is scheduled. This trip is more tiring than the adult trips we ...
... of tame donkeys standing in the middle of the road waiting to be fed by the tourists. Our tour leader, Nancy, came prepared with corn and we all headed off the bus to feed the friendly animals.
Nancy also used the stop time to acquaint us with local wildflowers, wild sage and a valuable byproduct of buffaloes-dried dung! She passed the cowpies around ( to those brave enough) assuring us it was safe and simply dried grass. It was used extensively by the Indians for fuel as it ...
We are in Deadwood for 3 days, Today is Day 2. We have met up again with
Kev, Neale and Mick and the girls although they are staying at the other end of
town. Deadwood is a real Western town full of Saloons, and it was where Wild
Bill Hickok met his end when he was assassinated by Jack McCall in the chair that he occupied
at Saloon Number 10. it was not his usual chair ...
... the motorhome I have really realized how expensive it is to travel that way. Despite the fact that the motorhome is not fuel efficient, it is sure great to have a cheaper night's stay and be able to cook our own meals. I am already tired of eating in restaurants and it's only been a few days!
After we had driven the park road we went to Sturgis - site of a massive motorcycle rally ...
... It was built as a tourist attraction for the city and farmers grow the different coloured corn just for the palace. It is changed each year with different designs on the walls. The paddocks were more rolling country from what we have been seeing and more cattle than corn. The prairies were huge and quite isolating for the farmers. We visited the Ellsworth Airforce Base museum which was quite good but the ...