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... cemetery. Bill Hickok was buried there; Calamity Jane is at his side. Then on to Seth Bullock's tomb....up a mountain! Well, not that high but it surely felt like it. I was finally able to get into my hotel room and take a pseudo- nap. Dinner was buffalo ravioli followed by a little single-deck blackjack. I won $40 so I ended up with a free dinner and some change. Back to the room for an early night in and hopefully a long night's sleep. I'm ...
... br> “I've just been standing here listening to you come up the hill,” he said, “beautiful!” He walked off without saying anything more but he had already made the Elephant's day.
Further to the east we stayed in Sturgis, that town in the Black Hills of South Dakota where the annual motorcycle rally draws hundreds of thousands of bikes and riders. We have never been interested in the rally. In ...
... and a fantastic photo opportunity of Pactola Reservoir. Racing the sun and losing once again, I pull into Deadwood from the South and park Silvia for the night. I have dinner and drinks at the Deadwood Social Club nestled at the bar, Pork Shank slow roasted and delicious. My debit card in declined twice, manual entry gets an approval, I'm relived but uneasy. Retired to my room, I map out plans for tomorrow and check the weather. Blue skies lie ...
... 8221; driving across SD that we would feel obligated to stop. This was correct. We were not disappointed. The girls had their first malt and loved them. The girl behind the counter found it unbelievable my children had never had a malt, especially when she said, “It tastes like a Whopper”, and Maeve told her she’d never had a Whopper. They all gave me a dirty look. “What?”. Anything you can imagine, you can buy at Wall Drug. ...
... about it. Finally, we escaped into the city to actually see the sculptures! Phew!
As we walked along the street, looking at store fronts, restaurants, bars we noticed that several businesses still had the old neon sign for their business in place. One of these was a hobby shop that was jam packed with the stuff for every imaginable hobby or game old and new. Every city should have one of these stores. It made me long for ...