Lytle Creek Inn Bed and Breakfast
Travel Blogs from Devils Tower
... In-His-Hair, high above John Dunbar emotionally declaring Dunbar his true friend and bidding him farewell.
We continued on to view Devil's Tower just over the border in Wyoming. It's very peculiar to first view it from afar and then equally intriguing to experience it up close. The 1,300 foot monolith is a national monument that now ...
Today we drove the scenic byways around Deadwood then into Devil's Tower National Monument. On our return trip we stopped at the geographical center of the US, Belle Fourche. We then drove through Sturgis on our way back into Deadwood where we spent ...
... rock climbers. (Yes, I was drooling). But during the month of June there is a voluntary closure because that is when the Native Americans gather for ceremonies, pow-wows, and prayers to give reverence to this over 800 foot butte.
Fortunately we got there May 31st on a sunny day so we had full access and the joy of contrasting colors of ...
... 3 to 7
sided pillars raising into the sky up to 867 ft tall and around the base of
2 1/2 miles. Rock climbing is encouraged here and has been going on since the
mid 1800's. The area is considered sacred; there are prayer flags tied to many
hike we decided to go down the road a mile and rent a camp site at a KOA.
our first ...
This morning I was woken up not by my alarm or anyone else but instead the hot bright sun beating through my tent. Which was a huge surprise as it had rained a little overnight and we weren't expecting warm weather. We jumped in the van and were off quite early headed for the crazy horse monument. We drove through a few tiny towns that had only a few run down houses and possibly a couple of shops if it was a tourist spot. The most interesting thing we came ...