Best Western Sturgis Inn
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Lovely hotel, well situated and within walking distance to the action of Sturgis. Very helpful staff. Love to stay here again
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... about admiring the bikes, ones with zombie babies on, great paint jobs or done up as a cow! We bought our t-shirts & got some wings stitched onto my leather vest. Once we'd all tired of the heat & bikes we headed out to Deadwood, a town half owned by Kevin Costner which is steeped in history. We laughed at Frankle in a coffin, which they used to do in cowboy times & wandered around the historic town before heading ...
A great day of touring through the Black Hills of South Dakota. We started the day with a nice run followed by a bike ride with Frank and Rita on the Mickelson Trail. We headed to Sturgis amongst a ton of bikes and checked out the town just prior to the 75th annual event. Crowded today, I cannot even imagine what it will be like next week! We visited the oldest biker bar in the U.S., Full Throttle, and drove through town. Afterwards we headed ...
... went for a swim in the pool before we had to
head away at 11am. This was a great camping ground. The only
complaint here were the showers. They had no temperature gauge, you
put in a quarter (second place we've had where you have to pay) and
it gives you 6 minutes of tepid low pressure water brrrr
From there we headed to Mount Rushmore
and to the best park on the block. I mention that because normally an
RV has to park in ...
So, there we were, our map spread out over the bed, our route planned out to the south through another highly educational national park and to the north east the Beartooth Highway, recently introduced to us and reputedly the best motorcycle road in America. It would be nice to say we agonised over the decision but that was never going to happen. We put on our cheeky grins, drew another line on the map heading generally east and ...
... then drove the wild life loop where we saw lots of animals (see pics). We ended the trip with the Needles Highway. Starving as always (this applies mainly to Sandra ;-)) we devoured two house filets with bacon and blue cheese crumbles! Sandra made an exception to the "no desserts on weeknights" rule and enjoyed a bread pudding with butterscotch ...