Vicky's Bed and Breakfast
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... looked like twins, but they weren't. The smaller of the two was the older by 15 months. They share clothes and shoes mom said. The younger girl, sitting next to Paul, laughed at his 500 lb parrot joke, but not in the way of someone who understands it. It was cute. I think she was laughing at his funny, deep voice when the parrot says, "Here, Kitty, Kitty." They were headed to Hot Springs. We told them that Evan's Plunge was ...
... much. We chose 14A and got epic views of the plains and probably some scuffed up brake pads. Ella Valentine's family chose the road into the Black Hills, a few hundred miles west, and that changed her life forever. Jordan drove Route 24 from Devils Tower into Deadwood while the girls and I read my day's letter about her family's connections to that area. 24 winds hill by hill until it closes out Wyoming and opens up ...
... friends with a driver called Chuck Weisenbach who was built more McCririck than McCoy, but that doesn’t seem to matter much in this form of racing. He gave us a hot tip for Heat 8 which strangely was his race, and instantly became our hero. For those who have never heard of this sporting icon, just wait for the Rio Olympics in 2016 when Chuck Wagon racing will make its Olympic debut, and Chuck Weisenbach will become the Jessica Ennis of Calgary. If he ...
... and tag. Wouldn't want to wrestle any of those bulls!
We drove through the Needles highway to Mt Rushmore. Boy has Mt Rushmore changed....we visited here about 20+ years ago (with kids in tow). At that time we parked, viewed Mt Rushmore and then moved on. Now you have to pay $11 to park (annual pass..ha) ...
... it was an interesting tour with lots of information about Wild
Bill and the gang.
After the tour, we just worked our way over to the campground to relax and to talk motorcycles once again.
Tomorrow will be "head home" day. It's been great riding in the Black
Hills with the NGW club guys. Made lots of new friends and had a great
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