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... the museum and watched a video about the battle. We did this because it decided to rain. :( What is it with rain on our vacation? Oh well. Then we drove a bit on the trail. Paul and I got out to walk around the memorial and back to the visitors center. They have a gravestone for each person in the exact place that they died, whether it is American or Indian warrior. The soldiers are white and ...
... though. It was after midday and getting hot as we rode onto Sturgis.
We arrived at Sturgis and you could see that ‘the event’ had finished. It was not the kind of place you would want to spend the night, a bit ruff. Everyone was packing up and items like T-shirts were going cheap. We spent a few dollars and headed onto our Deadwood accommodation. Nice, sheets, blankets and hot food. All good. ...
... expert climbers use to ascend the Tower. For the non-climber, there are several trails encircling the Tower.
Sundance, Wyoming. Yes, the "Sundance Kid" did get his name here! The Sundance Kid (his partner in crime was Butch Cassidy) spent 18 months in the Crook County Jail for armed robbery.
He escaped from jail and, with Butch, fled to South America. It is unknown how their lives ended.
Don't know if we will hit the internet for awhile so we are posting at noonish while we're here. Set out of Sheridan Lake and saw spectacular scenery, a couple deer, beautiful lakes on our way to Deadwood and Spearfish. Took the Spearfish Canyon road to the Spearfish Lodge for breakfast. Spearfish falls were fantstic. Then to Roughlock Falls, and finally the Bridal Veil Falls. Very much worth the ...
... the first thing you notice is that the town is really narrow. It sits in a tiny valley between two tall, lengthy hills. They have a history of bad flooding, and it's easy to see why! There's basically two very long streets. And then it's over. It seems like a town whose growth was stunted not only by the changing times and economy, but by physical location as well.
We took a trolley ride through town, followed by a tour of the Adams House Museum, which contains ...