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South Dakota - "Great Faces, Great Places."
We decided to stay in Sturgis and visit all the touristy things in the Northern Black Hills. What a neat place but must be amazing when the 500,000 bikers hit the area for bike week. Runs every August and the whole place has a bikers feel about it even now.
There was a Camaro Rally on …
... the place was really starting to liven up by about 11. The beer was good draught Belgium beer. We were hoping to get up early as the forecast is very hot again so we were ...
You gotta make miles when the winds blow in your direction!
So after the storm blew through Crete (fortunately I was tucked into a hangar), I left for Ainsworth, NE. Grabbed some fuel there and got back on the gravy train (15 to 20 kt tailwinds) all the way to Sturgis, SD( 49B)
I landed at Sturgis with 20 gusting to 25. Interesting landing ;-)
About 3 AM I was rattled awake by a nasty thunderstorm that went right over top. The wind gusts were ...
... same size as Kaitlin. This took us
almost 2 hours because we found an awesome second hand bookshop while
we walked. Even though it was after 7pm, it was still open. Kaitlin
found 4 books in the series she is reading, Josh found the next 5 in
his series. Everyone was happy.
When we got back Josh mentioned a $5
movie theatre we had passed so Josh and Ben went out at 930pm to
watch a late night movie. While they were gone ...
... thousands of tons of granite with remarkable precision. I felt good about these heroic men and it was pleasing to see their names recorded in bronze on a wall.
When I first looked at the mountain I couldn't help but see the scree of rubble excavated from the carving fanning out below the heads. Before the museum visit I had thought it lent an unfinished air to the site but after, I saw it in a new light. It was almost ...