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... and we wanted to squeeze in Devil’s Tower). The main reason for going to Deadwood was to drop in at the Deadwood History & Information Center to learn more about the town’s colourful past (in the days of Calamity Jane and Wild Bill Hickok, who was shot in the back of the head while playing cards in one of the local saloons). Well sods law, we arrived and found that the info centre was closed and car parking spaces were at a premium due to the ...
Today we went and had a look around Deadwood and lastminute look around the shops before having a relaxing afternoon at our Hotel, had a swim and have had the challenging job of packing up the suitcases and keeping them under our kilo limits. They are pretty strict on it over here..
Off to Dallas tomorrow then back to Hawaii. Let's hope the Cyclone passes before then..!!!!
... relaxed under the shade of a big tree behind the RV. Later in the evening at the park, we enjoyed the comedy/musical entertainment of Gordy Pratt. He had studied classical guitar and we were captivated with his talent of weaving comedy with beautiful guitar sound. He was amazing and the show was free. It was the perfect ending to a perfect ...
... 8217;t. It was a biker bar, and all they had was bar food anyway, so we left and ate at some café.
While we were finishing up dinner, my dad left to go get some towels for him and my mom since we forgot them. He asked somebody where he could get some, and no joke, this lady suggested he go over to the laundromat and see if anybody left any. She wasn’t kidding. Gross! We ended up finding some at a dollar store.
We then went to ...
... over a century, nothing was said of the over 100 American Indian men, women, and children who had died fighting in defense of their families, land, and traditional way of life. Their nations had signed a treaty with the United States government, promising them their lands in perpetuity. Sadly, "perpetuity" lasted only until the first gold was discovered.
Finally, in 1991, the U.S. Congress changed the ...
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