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A Day of R and R in Deadwood (Monday 28th)
This particular morning we woke in the small town of Deadwood, South Dakota. We wanted to stretch our legs todays after being in the car for quite some time yesterday. First stop was the old main street, full of buildings from the late 1800's and a heap of quirky shops to browse through. It did start raining so even more reason to ...
... looked great. The inside looked as nice as the outside and we decided this was as good a place as any to take an extra day to relax. So tomorrow, we don't have any really big plans. We'll probably go into Spearfish - they have a UPS store, and we need to ship back some of our excess stuff so we have room to buy more. So maybe we'll just sleep in!
240.2 miles today
3497.9 miles total
4.362 gallons today
87.402 gallons total
... It's approximately 10:30 when I arrive; they assure me two hours tops. Shortly I am told of further problem with Silvia, I need a new brake switch and it can't be put off. Six hundred dollars and more than four hours later, I'm on my way to Mount Rushmore and hopefully a few hours of good ride time before the setting sun ends my day and my time in the black hills. The ride its self so often proves to be much more significant than the ...
... 8220;you have to do this, you have to do this”. Then it was, “please God, please God, please God”. Luckily all this was silent, lasted about one minute, and the girls were oblivious. We survived.
About an hour later I declared, “Where the hell is Minnesota? We’ve been driving forever.” Jon advised that the Mississippi runs between Wisconsin and Minnesota so we had entered it as we drove the lane of terror. ...
... streets has presidents lined up two per block in most cases, usually on a corner. There is a walking guide to take along as you seek out the sculptures. As you meet each man, you can read a short write up telling what the sculpture represents and why the sculptor chose to present the president in the sculpture as he/she did. We didn't meet up with all the presidents; I wish we had, but time was limited. Of course we found our ...