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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 …
... drifting deep into the corners, turning late and hard then driving out with the engine pulling like two *******s in the middle of the power band. It is the stuff that bike riders live for and by the time we stopped at the crest for a photo I had the fixed grin of a loon. The red jacketed figure we had seen on the ascent was still there when we pulled up at the crest. He walked over and spoke to us as soon as we had stopped the ...
... The choices were limited so we headed north on Vanocker Road and ended up at the other end of Sturgis. We stopped for fuel and a nice dinner at Caddy's Bar and Grill before taking the on ramp to I90 East which would lead us back to Rapid. We arrived home by 7:00 pm, tired but happy. **We later found out on the news that it was a fatal motorcycle accident where the motorcycle sideswiped a honda car. The 48 year old biker was not wearing a ...
... exploitation of this area.
After seeing devils tower we started driving further west towards grant Teton np. We got off the main highway pretty quickly, and took some state highways towards riverton Wyoming which was our destination for the night. On the interstate we saw speed limits of 80 mph!!
At riverton we had some dinner and went to ...
... fantastic sight!
followed that up with Crazy Horse Memorial but the weather turned just as we got there - rain, thunder, lightning - so a little disappointing as we didn't see too much except the video they show when you first go in and a walk through the museum and gift shop.
Finished the day with a drive through Custer State Park - yet another beautiful park where we saw bison, deer and burros all just roaming free.