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... two hours had seen all the sights – the Dinosaur Park (concrete Dinosaurs created in 1932 – so you notice a few inconsistencies that a few more decades of discovery would have ironed out), Storybook Island playground filled with storybook characters, with plenty of things to climb on (so Cameron loved it) and admission was free (so we loved it) and the fountains in main square.
The thing that you noticed about hotels in Rapid City is that they ...
... is so uniform and endless that despite being green it is a vast, lonely, desolate stretch of land. Traffic was sparse, roads straight and speeds fast so we did make good time.
The town of Sturgis a few miles north of Rapid City was interesting as it is the host venue for an annual shindig for bikies. Apparently 500k or so descend on the small town, population 5,000, each year in mid-August. We missed by a few days so we witnessed the setting up, it looks like its going to ...
Super excited today as we travel to Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial - an immense statue in the Black Hills honoring the Lakota leader, and my FAVORITE the town in the Black Hills called, Deadwood – home of Wild Bill Hickok, Calamity Jane, Seth Bullock, Al Swearengen, E. B. Farnum, Charlie Utter, Sol Star, Martha Bullock, A. W. Merrick, Samuel Fields, Dr. ...
... bear out of the car to put on the 'hood'!!! So, having paid our fine and had photos taken, we set off again! On our way, we drove through a lovely canyon, and over the top of a mountain where we saw a few deer. The biggest wildlife spot has to be the black bear that ran out in the road in front of us! Fortunately Trev managed to slam his brakes on and the bear changed his mind half way across and stopped......we got it all ...
... of the presidents, each angle seeming to spotlight one or another.
We arrived “home” in Deadwood as light was fading, ordered a pizza to be delivered, and documented the day on our laptops while watching game 1 of the NBA playoff series between our hometown Portland Trailblazers and the San Antonio Spurs. Turned out to be the only disappointing part of the day! Blazers lost by over 20!