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Next stop was a town called Deadwood. This town originated in the 1870’s during the Black Hills gold rush. Prostitution and gambling were rampant in the town and Deadwood became known for its wild and almost lawless reputation. During this time murder was common, and one of the most famous murders was of the gunman Wild ...
... where the previous blog was completed and sent. The day ended like many of our nights with a drink, dinner and a couple of games of cribbage.
This blog is actually being written and sent from Oakes, ND at the home of Pat's oldest brother Wayne and his wife, Coleen. The next blog will include our stay here as well as our journey into Minnesota to visit more family and friends. Hope I haven't bored you to death with this long blog. Hope the pictures and videos come through!
... brother the prosecutor made it his life's mission to track and capture Jack McColl. Several years later Jack was recaptured in Wyoming, re-tried, found guilty and hung This western stuff is fascinating and Dianne is getting hooked!
Rapid City is our next stop as we head for Mt. Rushmore and more of the Black Hills. Dianne & Jake are clear......no more historic downtown hotels....elevator or not!
... 95 degrees in the park, so I think most animals were hiding in what little shade could be found. We drove to the Mount Coolidge Lookout and Fire Tower where you can see Crazy Horse Memorial Park, Mt. Rushmore, the Badlands, and the Needles. Alexa wanted to fish, so we stopped by Legion Lake. After reading information on the park’s map, we decided she couldn’t fish because I wasn’t going to spend $16 for ...
... to the best we have seen. Many a time we would have liked to respond to the locals boasting with our own “yeah it’s ok I suppose”, but they would be mortally offended by such one upmanship. Anyway these three National Parks are excellent scenically but a little short on wildlife.
It was a stroke of luck to find that Calgary, only 60 miles from Banff was having its annual extravaganza called “The Calgary Stampede”, and this ...