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... their ancestor's victory here 139 years ago. At the monument, they have an area for all of the American fallen soldiers, and then a special tribute to the Native Americans (which was only built recently, I believe 2003 if I remember correctly). We walked through both and took our time to read about the Native American's thoughts on General Custer and on the battle in general. The monument also has little tombstones where ...
... Oh, well, that's why I'm playing catch up now. Saturday morning had us heading into the Badlands about 10:15AM. The road had a lot of turnouts which were great photo ops. At one stop we saw two couples traveling by motorcycles. One had an interesting side car which looked as though some one could ride in it. We talked to one of the couples. Turned out they were from Denmark and were touring the U.S. on holiday. They had rented the motorcycles in Michigan and seemed to be having ...
The last 3 days have been spent at Deadwood and what a great place it is. Main Street is similar to Williams but full of Casino's. The Sturgis rally has been over for 6 days but there are still a lot of bikes around the area.
We've been to the iconic places - Mt Rushmore, The Badlands, Needles Highway, Spearfish Canyon, Crazy Horse and of course Sturgis. Many of the small towns which make up the Black Hills thrive on the rally week. We have seen towns where ...
... heads in! That was one of the best feelings ever! Later we were on mickelson trail. It had 2 miles of downhill and barely any uphill! There were some super awesome rocks probably 100 feet tall!!! We are now at a campsite with severe thunder storms eating pizza and watching the twins game!!! We will try to do as many updates as possible but we won't be able to without wifi, so chow for ...
... to be empty, but nothing was touched. Earlier, Paul had hit the remote to be sure the car was locked. He must have pressed the trunk-opening button accidentally. It was funny after all turned out ok.
On to the Badlands National Park. We arrived around 5:00 PM. The skies were darkening into the shade of a storm. We pulled into the first parking area for a vista. I was stunned. You don't see the lay of the land when you first come ...