Clarion Inn & Convention Center
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5.30am was the time that our lovely tour guide set the wake-up call this morning. I had an hour to eat my leftover Subway and pack up, before we left on the bus at 6.30am. Since Jess left the tour, it meant that I got 2 seats all to myself on the bus. More room to stretch, and more room for all my stuff :).
Our first stop today was the Crazy …
... has not even been into Sturgis yet.
We left Glen and headed down the road, via a small gravel road detour, to the Dollar Tree shop near Walmart. Everything in the shop is $1. What a great shop!
We then went back to the house and had a dinner of steak and chicken cooked on the BBQ. This is our last night here in Spearfish and we played a few games that were in the cupboard.
Day 6 - ...
... sent an overwhelming force to retaliate, and Sitting Bull fled with his people into Canada. Their traditional lands, allotted reservation and herds of buffalo were all confiscated, and settlers grabbed the gold from their hills.
Whilst having our lunch, we spent a short time listening to the history and climbing the last stand hill to see the graves.
Then a few more hours driving, with a stop in Sheridan to stock on groceries for the next few days in parks, ...
The Badlands were...bad. No seriously, they were great. The photos give you some idea. They stretch on for miles and the stillness and silence is profound. All you can hear is the sound of the wind blowing through the canyons and across the prairie. What really surprised me is how much Dani and Sarah loved getting out of the car, walking into the badlands and just sitting and contemplating. I have always associated them with the City and the Mall (and they ARE very much ...
... where people would not be able to observe it. They were able to get financial backing from a number of doners to assist in purchasing Sue for the museum. They had the winning bid of $8,362,500.
After purchasing Sue the Field Museum had the fossil prepped and mounted and it is now on display in the lobby of the museum. In spite of the museum's concern about lack of access to ...