Cadillac Jacks Gaming Resort
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Slight change of plans today, we where suppose to start heading back to Denver but Glen really wants to see this guy Ted Nuggent, rock musician, at the Full Throttle Saloon tonight. So, we are visiting Deadwood today. The resting place of Wild Bill Hickock and Calamity Jane. Of course we went to visit their grave site, set on a hillside above the ...
... it caters to people with tattoos, smokers, and drinkers; none of which I am. Alexa saw a couple of new things while walking through the area. There was a mannequin with pasties in one shop. At an open air restaurant/bar, a guy was grabbing a chair shaped like a woman’s derierre. Needless to say, we didn’t stay long in town. The most enjoyable experience was a large model railroad in the basement of an ice cream ...
... shredded into long, thin strips. I learned that the Lakota's hunting method was to herd bison toward a precipice, or buffalo jump. Hunters working together could spook bison, getting them to stampede over a hidden drop off. Running bison, with no hint about the change in the lay of the land, raced toward certain death. People waiting at the bottom of the jump butchered the animals after they fell.
... I really enjoyed the hike but the sites
We got back from our hike to find the trunk of the car wide open. I guess I shut my camelbak nozzle in the lid, which broke off and unlatched the lid. Nothing was stolen.
Sunday Gulch Lake, Sylvan Lake, Custer State Park, SD
Jess's feet and toes were hurting the rest of the day as it was the first time she wore her hiking ...
... Sharps, Remingtons and many others, plus saddles, holsters, knives and so on. The pictures don't do it justice. I acquired a Sharps Carbine and a Spencer Repeating Rifle.
The Combat Veterans Association, a motorcycle group, was having its annual convention there and I passed hundreds of bikes from all over the country during the past week with riders wearing their patch headed for Deadwood. With all the tourists pouring in for Wild Bill Days ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCadillac Jacks Gaming Resort Deadwood
Rooms were nice, clean; however, the air conditioning proved a real challenge. I didn't really care for the idea of having to pass through the casino with luggage to get to elevators. The service at the restaurant was poor and not very courteous. Our dinner order was not what was ordered, extra time to get it right. The breakfast buffet in the morning was fair and with BOGO deal, the price was reasonable. I would not recommend the restaurant.
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