Deadwood Mountain Grand Hotel
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... good viewing spots, and an Indian village replication. A photographer in his 90s who photographed Mt. Rushmore’s progress in the 1930s was in the gift shop along with one of the workers.
Back in the car we headed for Custer State Park car where we went through many one lane tunnels and fed carrots to the burros along the Wildlife Loop. Besides burros we saw a few bison and prairie dogs. It was between ...
... anything but eat.
Our campsite leaves a little to be desired. They have us packed in so tight that we weren’t sure we would be able to put our slide outs out. We do have cable, so we are going to stay in and cool off and watch some TV tonight. It’s 95 degrees at 7 pm. Not our best day, but still okay.
(John) Today ended up being a tiring day just because of the driving. We left the camp ground ...
... our lifetime either. Next stop was Mt Rushmore, famous for the 4 presidents heads again carved out of A mountain. Funny how growing up you see all these things in a book and then there they are right in front of you but it still is as dramatic as seeing it for the first time ever. The road out of Rushmore takes you through the Black Hills which is some of the best riding we have done thus far. Beautiful roads, smooth and flowing you just don't want them to ...
... the singles, there is always the team event, the pursuit, the team pursuit, and any other format they can think of between now and 2016. Incidentally Calgary hosted the Winter Olympics in the 90’s, and even now the name of Eddie the Eagle is mentioned as you pass the Ski Jump in your Calgary Red Tour Bus.
From Calgary we motored south to the U.S border, and to prepare us for what we expected to be a difficult job persuading the Yanks to let us back ...
... In no time Deadwood had a population of some18,000 and was a pretty rough place. As such places will, it attracted gamblers including a former lawman, scout and gunfighter named James Butler Hickok, better known as "Wild Bill". On the afternoon of August 2, 1876, Bill was playing cards in the Number 10 Saloon. He was seated with his back to the door, something he never did, but he had joined the game late and his regular seat was taken. Despite ...
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Good location. No poker room. Restaurant was not memorable.
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