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... as we approached Sturgis. Of course we had to do a drive
through…no motorcycles in sight, but plenty of bars and such. We
had to make a stop at the post office so lunched in the lovely groomed parking
lot then on to our destination, Spearfish just down the road apiece.
Spearfish is a really neat college town. We camped in the City Campground abutting the
city’s park and Historical 1888 ...
After watching the HBO series this was a must stop destination. The Boot Hill bus tour pointed out, all the historical sites and legendary stories of Deadwood when it was a lawless gold mining town. Wild Bill Hickok was shot in the back during a poker game at Saloon #10; holding a poker hand of 2 aces 2 eights and a nine. Calamity Jane also lived in Deadwood and her legend was of a hard drinking, tough fighting cowboy. But on the other hand she nursed many with small ...
... structures can be built. The oil wells themselves hum steadily along and, in my opinion, do not degrade the environment. After all, there is plenty of free space in North Dakota. I attach some photos so you can form your own opinion.
I put up my tent in the Juniper camp in the TRNP (North Unit). In the evening in the amphiteatre a young ranger gave a 1 hour long speech about Theodore Roosevelt and ...
... never seen such a storm, and I can assure you, I hadn't! The temperature had dropped from 77 when we left Belle Fourche to 43 when we got back to the camper. The furnace quickly warmed it up as I got supper ready.
While in Belle Fourche, I saw a huge crowd at the rodeo grounds and discovered that the South Dakota High School Championship Rodeo was being held, and I planned to go to the finals on Sunday. It was well worth it... more ...
... the history of the monument are very well done. Barb and I took the walkway up to the base of the monument and around to the artist’s studio. Gutzon Borglum’s original vision for the monument was much larger than the finished project, as evidenced by the scale model in the studio. He passed away prior to finishing and his son, Lincoln Borglum, finished the monument in 1961, forty some years after beginning carving. Washington, ...
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