Alliance Hotel & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the water around. Each little nugget of beauty was a gift from the Earth...ahhh. I found a couple garnets in addition to the small gold bits, what a treat.
After we had worn ourselves out we set out for lunch. Surprisingly, the cafe at the mine provided quite an eclectic assortment of goodies. We had Indian tacos, Elk and jalapeno brats, rattlesnake cakes, and even duck wings...like hot wings but gigantic! Augie was in heaven with those wings.
Started the morning with some weather channel, the entire country is bone dry today so no worries. I remember passing through this part of the country on the way down, not that I take the same route, I always go through pains to avoid that! I recall the was a character building head wind that day, and my suspicions are confirmed when I pass through the Smoky Hills wind farm, they don't put up 150+ windmills in an area that the wind doesn't blow in a consistent manner in. Luckily ...
Today we left hill city and traveled south to Custer South Dakota. While riding on 385 south we happened upon a buffalo drinking from a watering hole. See photographs. We rode in Nebraska and had lunch at Chandon NE at this funky little place called the Broken Bean. There were some unusual items on the menu. The waitress was trying to convince us that this was hip food being served in the East. ...
... seeing lots of fields of rolled hay, and a whole new color to add to my palette. It's a very pale yellow, almost like an ash blonde. Must be wheat. So many shades of yellow, it's like a hair salon's choices for blonde hair.
Stopped in Alliance, NE - at the Sunset Motel and RV, not the best place, but people are friendly... and look, I even have wifi. the clerk was clearly trying to impress me with what the town has to ...
... 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 ...