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Busy busy day! John got up at 5:30 to bike to an overlook to watch the sunrise, I didn't go along but it got us up and out of camp by 8am. We drove through the park to exit out the top entrance so we got a new scenic view during our drive with lots of pull offs and overlooks. We also went a little off the beaten path along an unpaved road so we …
... They were so close to the car we could have reached out and touched them. We learned that the Plains Indians used every part of the bison they hunted. For example, the horns were repurposed into arrow points, cups, fire carrier, powder horn, spoons, ladles, head dresses, signals, toys, and medication. The calves are a cinnamon to red color when born and change to the chocolate color like their parents by the end of summer. We saw some calves ...
... annual Corn Palace Festival held in late August each year."
It is still incredibly windy!! There should be a wind turbine farm around here. On that note, we drove through a cloud of dust that reduced visibility to zero at one point. A farmer was plowing his fields and the dust storm blew across the highway. We stopped at the Old West Museum and Trading Post to take a look. They had some beautiful rings, but too expensive for my taste. Dan couldn’t ...
... about every 45 miles or so. I was especially impressed that most of these are staffed and have maps, brochures, etc. like you usually see only when you cross into a state.
The annual motorcycle rally in Sturgis (about 60 miles from here) will be taking place soon, and Nancy had some trouble finding a campground for us to stay in. One of the ones that was filled suggested this place, as it's new and ...
... that there is only one mall in this area and she prefers to shop in Denver. Then we decided to cruise to Keystone. There's a lot to see - touristy stores, Presidential Wax Museum, helicopter rides, historic old town, bars and restaurants, and of course, the terminal for the 1880 Steam Train that runs between Keystone and Hill City. We just had a quick look - lots of time to revisit ...
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