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... according to the kids) was when the bus broke a radiator hose and we became stranded on the side of the road for 45 minutes while we waited for a rescue. It turns out we stopped at a local ranch of a couple from Wisconsin so while the kids played in their big front yard we talked to the retired owners who had lived in Saukville and their relatives who just arrived from Wausau for the upcoming Harley festival at Sturgis which begins next week. ...
... a few good shots as I drove through the red lights at the carpark entrance. Yup traffic lights in the middle of the bush.
We pushed on, grabbing a few good profile shots of Washington as we rounded the hill and hit Keystone for an icecream at the dairyqueen. This is the part where it gets good.
We entered Custer State Park for the drive back to Hot Springs. Sam got a little tense as we wound around tight hairpin bends, over ...
... of their brand. They do have unique names for their wines - see the photos for some. We then continued to Custer and back down Highway 385, past Wind Cave and into Hot Springs. We continued through this interesting small town to a KOA just one half mile from the intersection of Highways 385 and 79.
We really like this KOA and met the owners who are friendly and fun to talk with. After settling into our campsite and relaxing a while, we headed back ...
... Day weekend, we felt lucky to find a site but the crowds did not appear though the campgrounds were mostly full with local folks, their atvs and fishing boats.
We left the campground and drove a few miles to Hill City to another trailhead for a bike ride on the Mickelson trail. We headed north on the trail from Hill City, again on a 3% grade upwards for about 10 miles where we reached the Redfern shelter and rested for ...
... and the road made to fit the tunnels It was then on to the Needles highway with some more great roads and a tunnel at the top.
We had lunched at Crazy Horse and some indigenous dancers. The carving that will be finished in probably 50 years.Had a few more breaks but the temperature was hot and we were close to spent. Only once were we held up with road ...
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