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... up a couple of souvenir rocks from that area.
Not much to see in Deadwood, really, except the famous Old Style Saloon #10 where Wild Bill Hickok was assassinated while playing poker, holding the infamous 'dead man's hand' of a pair of black aces and 8s. You'd think they'd ...
... walk around the main strip of Deadwood. It was more touristy then we had expected. They did have a live band that you could hear from blocks away and there was casino's on every street corner. There were no tables!!! All-and-all, it was nice to see Deadwood and read a little about the city but it was mostly a tourist trap.
Bo! The Miami Heat won the NBA Finals
Tomorrow we drive to Cody, WY to see a rodeo.
... bison. So tomorrow we have a full day to tour Deadwood (pronounced Slot Machines), Lead, and the rest of the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota. Oh, Spearfish, at one time, had the largest gold mine in the world. And why do they call it Deadwood? Ha, no jokes. Because the stream where they first found gold in Deadwood was full of dead trees.
... got a breakfast sandwich the size of a whopper. Very good food.
After returning to camp for a quick preparation, we headed south through Hill City, Crazy Horse, and to Custer State Park. We jumped on the famous Needles Highway through the park and did a few stops for pictures. We also toured other famous roads around the park, several that were so narrow and so ...
Bike Week starts this weekend in Sturgis, which is the next town over. There's been plenty of bikers around the Black Hills all week, but Sturgis is gearing up for the crowd with tents, trailers, motor homes, etc. selling everything you could ever want, and the bars have added seating wherever they could.
We spent a couple of days ...