Rodeway Inn & Suites Spearfish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the museum and watched a video about the battle. We did this because it decided to rain. :( What is it with rain on our vacation? Oh well. Then we drove a bit on the trail. Paul and I got out to walk around the memorial and back to the visitors center. They have a gravestone for each person in the exact place that they died, whether it is American or Indian warrior. The soldiers are white and ...
... from Spearfish, SD.
I had a Buffalo burger and fries for lunch.
We then went to Deadwood, SD for a little ice cream at Tin Lizzies and a little gambling.
On our way home tonight, we ran across some turkeys and deer.
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... Palace. You could take a trolley tour of the town for a $1.00. The weather was a sunny 77 degrees. Once on the road again we passed some interesting campgrounds I.e. Hindenburg near a creek, Whisler Gulch and Trout Haven Campground. South of Deadwood we exited on Hwy 385 and soon came upon Steel Wheel Trading Post in the Steel Horse Plaza - more vendors selling their wares under tent canopies. As we came into Hill City we noticed the 1880 Train where ...
... own huge hot dog all the way, washing it down with a soda.
His family occupied the downstairs floor of a duplex and an Irish Catholic family had the second floor. Their son was his best friend. "I’m Jewish," he said, “But I spent more time in Church than in the synagogue growing up.” Old friends of his had bought a campground nearby in Virginia and, when his wife died three years ago, had ...
... where the resident herd had been driven a week earlier. Excited at seeing our first buffalo, I jumped out of the car and took my camera to within 10 yards of the grazing gargantuan. I know, I shouldn’t have take the risk, but the shot was worth it…in light of the fact that there was a 6 foot reinforced fence between us. That safety barrier still didn’t ease the qualms when one of the bulls gave me “stink eye” and ...