First Gold Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a little. An older couple makes small talk about the rain and the wind, he feels bad about spraying me earlier as he passed me on the highway. I assured him at that point it certainly didn’t matter. The vast grasslands of South Dakota are my first glimpse of what the next few days views will bring. It’s windy, gusty, but warm as I ride toward my home for the night, Deadwood, SD. I take in the landscape as Iride; ...
... and smokers and drinkers). Early day “celebrities” included the likes of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. We found our way to Saloon #10 – the exact location that Wild Bill Hickok was to have been gunned down over a poker hand. We were advised we could even see Wild Bill be gunned down at 1:00 and 3:00 the following day. A few hours later Maeve asked us if he died each time they showed him being gunned down and if there was blood. Not sure ...
As we headed west on I90 - I decided to click on one of my favorite free app - "History Here" from the History Channel. By using GPS, it tells you of the various historical happenings. I read about the Vore Buffalo Jump. It described a hunting technique used by the Indians from the 1500 - 1800, before horses. In preparations for winter, ...
Today we drove to Devils Tower located just outside of Gillette Wyoming. It was very interesting. It was named Devils Tower because of an Indian myth that many many years ago, seven little Indian girls were being chased by a bear so they ran to a small rock. They prayed and prayed that the bear wouldn't get them when suddenly the rock began to grow and grow. It grew to where it stands now, and the little girls went up into the sky and became a star constellation. ...
... turn left at the top of the hill onto what we thought was a sealed road and let out a few yells of delight and happer banter over the intercoms. We then turned left onto the worst 5 miles of dirt road that I have ever ridden looking directly into the fast setting sun. The intercoms exploded into much swearing and cursing of this road and we both came very close to falling off on mutiple occasions. Then, it was over and we were back on a sealed road and what ...