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... artist's beautiful abstract design explores the region's natural and cultural past, present and future. We spent time roaming about the downtown, enjoying the many opportunities it offers. (Before leaving, we added to the local economy with purchases from the chocolate shop!)
We ate a light dinner at the hotel. Early to bed at 8:30---we'd been up since midnight, Mountain Time! That's 20 and a half hours!
... affectionately dub 'the middle of nowhere.’ We made it to a state park in North Dakota, which is surrounded by nothing. On Saturday we drove south to (yep, you guessed it) South Dakota. The entire day, we were surrounded by just an occasional hill and an occasional cow. There was just grasslands as far as the eye could see. For six hours.
We changed our plans a bit so we could stay two nights in South Dakota. As ...
... on the wall waiting for the sun to rise. They kids could even feel the patriotism and religious experience. I'm not kidding. But, when we arrived, Paul realized he didn't have his wallet. I felt so bad because this was on of the most important things we did to him and he was distracted. He still enjoyed it. See, what happened was, Paul broke the most important code of checking out of a hotel that he religiously does and has the kids practice it...he didn't sweep the ...
... We retraced our route back through Deadwood to Nemo. We were going to stop at the 60's and 70's diner called The Boondocks but it was overloaded with bikers so we turned down the Nemo Road off Hwy 385. After we passed through Nemo, we couldn't continue any further due to a motorcycle accident according to an employee of the Fire Department.** We, and many other vehicles, were forced to turn around and find another way (for us) to ...
... tourists towns in the Black Hills. It has the old town feel without the cheesy tourist overload. We ate lunch at a great restaurant called Desperado. It is located in an old, old building that has large log timber construction. They featured local buffalo that was very good. After lunch we browsed a few shops and then set off for Crazy Horse. As we have driven through the Black Hills we have encountered lots of Corvettes, both new and old. They are here ...
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