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Travel Blogs from Spearfish
... along the Spearfish Creek. The city
government here is dedicated to public recreation, parks, miles of groomed
walking paths & trails with a rec center that looks like an amusement park
in most cities. Monies from the campground go reduce the mill rate for real
estate tax. It appears to be a small fiscally sound town, population just over
10,000. Feels a little like Boulder, CO without Pearl Street or the ...
... an amazing piece of rock sticking out of no where. Due to the snow we pretty much looked and then cut and run. Same with Mount Rushmore unfortunately. We had a look though the history of it all, very interesting. It was seen originally as a crazy idea and is now enjoyed by thousands around the world. It took 14 years to create back in the early 1900's and due to the war and going over budget it took a while, but they made it in the end. What a master piece Mount Rushmore ...
... justice would take ages and pages..... Have uploaded a few pictures so you get the idea. Off to Sturgis tomorrow (Sun 5th August) via Mt Rushmore. Blog might be quiet for a few days. Oh, the reference to the title - Badlands National Park....when arriving Deadwood we were greeted with a free Bikini bike wash by the locals at Cadillac Jacks Casino, and bikes......the town is full of bikes of every ...
... one. As it is I really enjoyed the fried eggs and bacon I had, with toast and coffee. Not unlimited, but as well as the mugs we got a flask full, which kept it hot until we needed it. Great place. And well under $10, too
Most of the scenery today was quite ordinary when you compare it against what we have had the past 10 days or so. But anyway, there were sparks of brilliance, and even the ordinary here is enjoyable. We went through ...
... are so excited to see the memorial that it's easy to overlook the semi-hidden museum. A wealth of interesting information and even a short film is to be had.
Then we drove to Custer State Park to see some wild buffalo roaming. Unfortunately, they had just rounded up the buffalo so it looked as if there wouldn't be any roaming around. The good thing is that we were guaranteed to see them at the corral. Steve and I ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility