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... on single carriage roads which was handy to get the miles in. The highlight of the day was a visit to the Badlands National park - what an awesome place and the sun was hot. This is coboy country. As we left to go to Sturgis a massive thunderstorm hit us and we all got rather wet and cold, so decided to head to the hotel in Mt Rushmore early which was nice for change.
Most of us seemed to have found out own little riding groups.Ours ...
... they view themselves as land owners & scarcely give motorists a second glance. A mixture of mothers with calves and the gigantic males who periodically DO give motorists (especially those on bikes & motorcycles) that ominous second glance.
The day finished with the narrow twisting portion of the highway known as "The Pigtails". A series of woodens bridges and narrow tunnels designed in such a ...
It was another sunny day so we decided to ride the bike to Wall. This place is one of the first real motorcycle stops on the way to Sturgis from the east. We ran into this last year on our motor home trip. There were all kinds of interesting bikes lining the Main Street. We had lunch at Wall's Drug Store and then went for a cruise of the Badlands Loop. It was a fun ...
... get gas and saw that the whole side of the gas canopy was plastered with leaves and debris that had blown off the trees across the street and covered just about every flat surface there was on the canopy. The storm had hit here even harder, apparently.
We stopped next in Broadus, MT, for lunch at a small diner (a true Mom and Pop operation, along with the daughter!). Had a wonderful lunch ...
... and hooking up is not hard.
The outside temperature got up to 102F with a steady wind 25 - 40 mph during the first half of our trip. The second half the wind settled down and the temp dropped into the high 90's. About 100 miles from Rapid City we could see a jagged edge to the horizon -- it was the Black Hills of South Dakota. It was the first time we could see mountains on the horizon since we left ...