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... in the area but I think there trying to stretch that tourist dollar a bit too far).
The next day we spent exploring the Badlands National Park. En-route we stopped in at Walls Drug Store (well it was a pharmacy when it first opened in 1931 but is now a whole series of shops and restaurants) where we sampled their 5 cents coffee (yes, they haven’t changed their price on coffee since the place opened) and Buffalo meat burger. I thought the Needles Highway ...
... the Reverend Henry Weston Smith and Aaron Dunn.
In 1874, Colonel George Armstrong Custer led an expedition into the Hills and announced the discovery of gold on French Creek near present-day Custer, South Dakota. Custer's announcement triggered the Black Hills Gold Rush and gave rise to the lawless town of Deadwood, which quickly reached a population of around ...
- 7:00 a.m. started my day early. Drove 31 miles to Rapid City.
- 7:40 a.m. Once I got into town I got gas, ice and food at Arco and Target. I bought more pb&j's, then I had granola bars for breakfast.
- 8:00 a.m. I found this cool tour guide thing called Affordable ...
... to him someone had put "The Dead Mans hand" card's on his grave 2-A''s an 2-8's and 1-9. And on Calamity Jane's grave someone had put 2 little bottles of Jack Daniels an 2 bottles of beer and lucky Quarters. They have a lot of Casinos, Antique stores and all the buildings look really old its really cool. And I won 5 dollars at one of the casinos!!!
Sturgis was a fun place we stopped at the Indian Motorcycle shop and looked ...
... this huge and very fierce buffalo. I had only glanced at it on our way in and thought it was made of leather or some other pliable substance. As we left the restaurant, however, the rain had eased a bit, so I could get close enough to see that it was actually made of thousands of bits of metal, individually shaped and layered. It was really stunning.
Finally, to bed and the next day's drive to Sioux Falls.