AmericInn Lodge & Suites Belle Fourche
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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State Capital: Pierre 2 Important City's: Sioux Falls and Raped City Year of Statehood: November 2,1889 State Motto English and Latin: "Under God the people rule" no Latin motto Sate Flower: Pasque Flower Stare bird: Ring-necked Pheasant Significant Features: Biggest Lake, Lake Thompson 60; ...
... Although, the small center is closed do to a Pow Wow 150 miles away, we visit and have lunch with an old Oglala Sioux woman and her husband who are selling Indian Tacos and hot dogs. The operation was modest and probably not acceptable to the FDA but it was authentic. She is saddened by the fact that she has to pay 9% tourist tax to the government on everything that she sells. Even in the reservation taxes are a burden!!! Her husband cannot understand ...
... and the post was abandoned and sold at public auction in 11874.
We left and headed north, now bound for Sturgis, with changing landscapes again as we left the plateau to forests as we moved through Wyoming and then onto South Dakota. The weather was superb, hardly a cloud in the sky.
We passed a lot of bikers on the way leaving and a lot more heading for the big weekend, not just riding but driving huge Winnebago's ...
... it including the rank of an Assistant Chief. His accent was not New York, however, and I quickly learned that he had been born in Boston and lived there until the Korean War. Following that, he had moved to New York, joined the Fire Department and married his high school sweetheart 56 years ago. He wanted to talk and I was content to listen as I munched on a HUGE (is there any other kind at Sam’s?) pretzel. Jerry ...
... infection of a broken bones in his head and dies. It was a real story from the late 1800s in Deadwood, SD. The pictures were taken of some of the characters of the reenactment.
Everynight in Deadwood, they have a reenactment of the shooting of Wild Bill Hickok and the trial of Jack McCall. The little truck is advertisement for the trial of Jack McCall.
Enjoy! We did.