Outlaws Bed and Breakfast

#9 Washington Street, Deadwood, South Dakota, 57732, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on #9 Washington Street, Deadwood, is near Adams Museum, Saloon No. 10, Adams House, and Broken Boot Gold Mine.
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Travel Blogs from Deadwood

Holy motorcycles Batman!!!! Love Love Love

A travel blog entry by janellemoore on Jul 30, 2014

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... Big Thunder Gold Mine and much, much, more. Wow.. fun for the entire family! In walking up to see Mt Rushmore, I was puzzled for a moment for it didn’t look quite the same as it did from my 6th grade school books. Then it hit me! Did you know Thomas Jefferson got a nose job? Yep… the man has his nose back and he looks better than ever. All the men look fantastic. To ...

Day Three

A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 04, 2014

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... difference between the two sides is amazing.

We rolled into Wall, SD to spend time at Wall Drug. We ate dinner at their diner. The store is HUGE! There are several rooms full of souvenirs, books, clothing, etc. There is a neat outdoor area for children with a stagecoach area and water feature. Also, there is a spot with cups and two drinking fountains. They advertise free drinking water on their billboards and cups.


A travel blog entry by jetta52481 on Aug 18, 2013

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... we headed into Deadwood which is where gold was discovered in 1875. The town received it's name due to the dead pines that covered the hillsides. The Gulch was in the heart of land designated by the United States government to be Lakota Sioux land in the Fort Laramie Treaty of 1868. Nevertheless, shacks and tents soon filled the slopes as prospectors poured into Deadwood Gulch, with population estimates ranging ...

On the road again, next stop Deadwood

A travel blog entry by boys.usa.tour13 on Aug 09, 2013

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... to do on the way. Firstly, Crazy Horse Mountain sculpture. Unreal that this is a sculpture that is being done by a private family for the Indian people in the Black Hills. The guy that started the thing is now dead having worked on it already for about 40 years and now his wife and children have taken over it. It is really hard to put a scale on it as it is just so massive. The whole thing is being carved using dynamite. By all accounts it will not be ...

Back in the USA Eventually

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Jul 21, 2013

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... First of all Crazy Horse died at 34 and was no Ghandi or Nelson Mandela but here he is 200 feet high in a crazy (appropriate) statue started in 1948 and still only a quarter finished, you can’t help feeling it was commissioned to outdo the Mount Rushmore statues only 12 miles away. The techniques of sculpture however are fascinating with dynamite as the prime tool I’m sure Michaelangelo is wincing in his grave. So from here we did the usual tourist trek ...

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