Alliance Hotel & Suites
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... of South Dakota and the famous (infamous) town of Sturgis. I went through there 1 year, maybe in the late 90's and wasn't impressed. I was about 2 weeks after the 'Rally' and I still had to wait in line for 30 minutes for gas.
Personally I don't think the sport of motorcycling is about posing and showing off your bike, I think it is about traveling, and traveling on your bike. All too often when I am in the US on summer trips you see 'Trailer Queens', people who truck ...
... summer solstice in 1987 and is one
of those stops that breaks up the monotony of long distance drives in the
American West. Carhenge should not be confused with Cadillac Ranch, a similar older
sculpture of old cars sticking out of ground near Amarillo, TX.
... the contours of this land. There is something so very calm and orderly about it - almost zen-like. Perhaps it should be called 'the anti-chaos theory'. I find it oddly comforting and relaxing, while still fascinating.
At Chadron, I headed south on Rt.385 - stopped at the state park - looked beautiful for camping, but it was a little early - and not only no wifi, but no cell phone service. So continued south - high ...
... through. The rest of the scenery was quite flat and farmlike. There were several areas that where you could see the effects of the drought, but in general the farms looked like they were used to the dry. We checked out a couple of motels in Alliance and found one in our budget. We walked a short distance to our dinner location, which was empty when we arrived and almost full when we ...
... 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 ...