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... it. The official name is the Battle of Wounded Knee, but that isn't what happened. The Lakota will tell you, as they have changed the name to Massacre...there was no battle. We spoke with some very nice Lakota tribes people who really wanted to share their story. I was afraid they would not want us at the site, but they were more than happy to share the stories of their families. The burial site is very sad, but you can tell how important it is to the community here ...
Our first stop was in North Platte to see the trains, The only times I had been to North Platte before was to meet halfway when the boys were going to see their dad. I didn't know they had an observation tower at a big train yard. It was pretty cool looking down on the yard, but it would've been nice if the tower was a little taller. Dan bought a shirt from the gift shop with the Union ...
... their bikes to within a day's ride of Sturgis and then ride the rest of the way. Prolly stopping outside of town to rub some dirt on their faces too!
I have driven about 11 500 km so far on this trip and the Rocket has been absolutely bullet-proof, until the end of today. I pulled into a mo'tel here in Alliance, NE and as is my usual practice I parked by the office and went in to secure a room. I then walked to my room, dropped jacket and helmet, turned the AC on ...
... I mean, how interesting is a pile of cars, really. There were dinosaurs and bells made out of car parts, that was pretty cool. My dad said ''kids today don't appreciate cultural experiences like Carhenge".
We had to make 2 rest stops on the way to Carhenge one was a regular sanitary place and the other was an outhouse. It was disgusting and looked like it hadn't been ...
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Gerald had one hell of a trip from Burwell to Alliance. He had the chance to swing thru some real upscale "unincorporated towns" such as Whitman, Nebraska. This class act town looked like it was straight out of the movie "The Hills Have Eyes" and had a former local watering hole called The Wet Spot. Now have no fear, Gerald really wanted to make sure that we all ...