Outlaws Bed and Breakfast
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... 000 to 10,000 people, mostly men. By the summer of 1876, western legends Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane had made their way into the mining camp.
For lunch I ate at Midnight Jack, which is owned by Kevin Costner. Throughout the place there is memorabilia from all his movies. Then we traveled almost 200 miles to Sheridan, Wyoming. Looks like the town still enforces the Blue Laws because all the stores were ...
... so who were there at the same time. Can't imagine how many bikes unless you see it.
Yesterday we got up ready to go for a ride out to Custer State Park, Needles Hwy and Mount Rushmore. When Jenni went to unlock her steering, her key wouldn't go into the lock. A locksmith was needed, after making a call, they wouldn't be here until after lunch. So it was decided John would stay and wait and Steve, Jenni and I went to Bear Country USA, Jenni ...
... to sculpture!
After about an hour driving through the park, we headed further west to Custer State Park to see some of the 1300 bison that recide there. Did see a few antelope that were along the access loop road. They have an annual round-up of the bison herd in August every year to thin the ...
... a street of saloons not much changed over the years.
We later dined in the evening at the Silverado Casino on crab and beef buffet which Ging loved. Most of the casinos do excellent food to draw in the gamblers but no insistance on you gambling and as the restaurants are mostly away from the gambling areas it is not a problem. Some places you have to pass through the gambling area but they are not as heavily populated as you might think.
... infection of a broken bones in his head and dies. It was a real story from the late 1800s in Deadwood, SD. The pictures were taken of some of the characters of the reenactment.
Everynight in Deadwood, they have a reenactment of the shooting of Wild Bill Hickok and the trial of Jack McCall. The little truck is advertisement for the trial of Jack McCall.
Enjoy! We did.
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