Howard Johnson Inn Spearfish
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... that you can see individual ears and colors. They are secured by using a power nail gun and the outside murals are changed every year. The inside ones are there permanently. The pictures of the murals in the circles depict the history and culture of the white man and the Indians and their coming together in peace in the middle symbolized by the clasped hands. The building is used as a convention center and hosts concerts, basketball games, and any other event you can think of. ...
... Limited-stakes gaming was legalized in 1989 and a portion of every dollar goes toward preserving Deadwood' s architectural heritage. Saw a re-enactment of Wild Bill Hickok' s killing in one of the saloons.
Went to Mt Moriah Cemetery which is at top of canyon to see graves of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane.
Drove to neighboring mile high town of Lead. Saw the Homestake Mining Open Cut Gold Mine which stopped ...
Terrible breakfast at the hotel so we jumped on Sean's bike and headed off to meet Kaz. She has a group of 50, (1 kiwi and 49 Aussie's on a Heavy Metal Tour). They were given directions and headed off.
We followed Kaz and after breakfast at Keystone; did Rushmore; around Custer State Park and then we met up with Jo & Goldie in Custer. We saw Buffalo; Prong Horn Deer and Rocky Mountain Sheep up close - fantastic in the open range parks. The Custer State Park is 72,000 acres so ...
... Drug. He loves it very much and has named him "Crockett" after Davey (not Betty) Crocket. So if you see him in photos, you now know where he came from. Around Devil's Tower we were intrigued by how colorful the soil was. The dirt is brick red though in some areas it is overlain by yellow soil. At the visitor's center we learned that both soils are sandstone but the red is from the Triassic period and the yellow from the Jurassic period (hope I got that ...
... never seen such a storm, and I can assure you, I hadn't! The temperature had dropped from 77 when we left Belle Fourche to 43 when we got back to the camper. The furnace quickly warmed it up as I got supper ready.
While in Belle Fourche, I saw a huge crowd at the rodeo grounds and discovered that the South Dakota High School Championship Rodeo was being held, and I planned to go to the finals on Sunday. It was well worth it... more ...