Shade Valley Camp Resort
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... 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 ...
Today we had no particular plans other than swim and play Pickleball. Murray dropped me off at the Rushmore Mall at the other end of Rapid City. This is the only mall in the area for miles. The major department stores are Sears, J. C. Penney and Herberger's - the last store being more high end like Macy's. The mall is adequate but I hear people go to Denver, CO for serious ...
... 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 ...
... bigger than Rushmore when finished but not sure it will be in our lifetime. The sculptor has now died..but he had 10 children ..who now take on different roles of the project...from construction to running the park to gain more income to finance project. They have traditional indian dancers and storytellers....they are keeping the tradition alive through the museum and storytelling. Hopefully the sculpture will be finished. We then travelled the loop along the Needles ...
Terrible breakfast at the hotel so we jumped on Sean's bike and headed off to meet Kaz. She has a group of 50, (1 kiwi and 49 Aussie's on a Heavy Metal Tour). They were given directions and headed off.
We followed Kaz and after breakfast at Keystone; did Rushmore; around Custer State Park and then we met up with Jo & Goldie in Custer. We saw Buffalo; Prong Horn Deer and Rocky Mountain Sheep up close - fantastic in the open range parks. The Custer State Park is 72,000 acres so ...